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Indian farmers use camera-phones to snap pictures of crop pests, then send the photos by cell phone to biologists who can identify the bug and suggest ways to combat it. (...) "The cell phone gives poor people as much information as the middleman." (...) "Adding one cell phone to Bangladesh would add US$6,000 to the national GDP," according to Nick Sullivan, author of You Can Hear Me Now: How Microloans and Cell Phones are Connecting the World’s Poor to the Global Economy.
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Score: 1389497.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...lenary_session_mahbubani_e.pdf
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A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma Download Original Filename: 10035361.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 1488x 2283 Preview Description: A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of nomad tribes - Collections: ??
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Score: 1388784.2 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/15981/
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isd3-1 Cell Broadcast Broker SystemCell Broadcast Broker System ByBy Cell Alert Services Corp. Cell Alert Services Corp. Mark.wood@engineer.comMark.wood@engineer.com Can we have a successful Disaster? (...) Does not affect GPRS dynamic channels. •• Less signaling load than one phone call Less signaling load than one phone call or SMSor SMS •• Is not immune to failure of cellular Is not immune to failure of cellular infrastructure, switches, transmission infrastructure, switches, transmission andand RBSsRBSs.. •• In the future a dynamic Cell Broadcast In the future a dynamic Cell Broadcast Feature may be needed.
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Score: 1383474 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/workshop/ets/isd3-001.pdf
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. √ Golden Community eHealth Nepal 2015 Program Table 1 – Digital health solutions search keywords √ Possible Health CHW Mobile Reporting 2015 Trial Database/Search Keywords √ Medicine Du Monde Telecom Sans 2015 engine Frontiere Surveillance Project PubMed mHealth, mobile phone, phone, √ Maiti Nepal mHealth Capacity Building 2015 SMS, text message, mobile Projects device, telemedicine, cell √ Dhulikhel Hospital Epilepsy Diagnosis 2016 phone, mobile health, mobile Application applications, cell phones √ One Heart Worldwide Maternal Health 2016 Google mobile health, mHealth, mHealth Project electronic health, eHealth, mobile phones and health, (?) CHEST Project by CHEST Nepal 2017 Nepal, technology Public (6, 30%) Google scholar mHealth, mobile phone, SMS, * HMIS 1993 text messages, mobile devices, * Hello Health, Rural Telemedicine 2010 telemedicine, cell phone, Program mobile health, cell phones, √ RCM-MP 2015 mobile applications * m4ASRH 2015 * DHIS-2 2016 – 86 –     101     102     103     104     105     106     107     108     109     110     111          
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Score: 1367583.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page106.html
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Other obstacles for mobile use of solar cells include efficiency, size and cost. Fuel cell systems, in particular direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) technologies, are embraced by some as the energy technology of tomorrow. (...) This would make them optimal for consumer goods such as mobile phones, laptops and cameras (see Box 2). The main hurdles to be overcome for fuel cell technology in such devices include power handling, down-sizing and cost. (...) Technologies such as fuel cells, cell-sized batteries, nanotechnology and improvements in current Li-ion batteries may increase performance duration and thus autonomy and portability of devices.
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Score: 1364896.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../23/01/T230100000E0001MSWE.doc
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The density of phones in 2010 per 100 persons in Cambodia was 59.8 cell phones. (...) The density of phones in 2010 per 100 persons in Cambodia was 59.8 cell phones. (...) As of June 2011, the penetration rate in Cambodia was estimated at 69.318% over a population estimate of over 14.7 million.Data from 2008 Census show that the number of households using fixed phone is about 1.13 percent and 37.35 percent are using cell phone. 7 Table 5.The list of cell phone companies Rank Operator Technology Subscribers (in millions) Ownership 1 MobiTel GSM 2.172 (March 2009) Royal Group, Brand "Cell Card" 2 Mfone GSM UMTS 1.000 (February 2011) Cambodia Shinawatra Co.
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Score: 1364420.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...s/events/wtis2013/002INF-E.pdf
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REPORT OF THE NEPAD WORKSHOP ON DEVELOPING A NETWORK OF CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE FOR WATER SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
Bag X313, Pretoria 0001, South Africa Tel: +27 12 33 67860 Cell Phone: +27 82 808 59 52 Fax: +27 12 32 86 397 Email: waa@dwaf.gov.za 8. (...) BP: 595, 10000 Rabat Morocco Tel: +212 37 84 37 03 Cell phone: +212 65 601 170 Fax: +212 37 76 15 57 Email: allali@mailcity.com 11. (...) (Dir) (41) 22 733 1587 Cell phone: (41) 79 411 8655 Fax. (41) 22 733 1587 Email : bankomtata@yahoo.com UNESCO-sponsored experts 15.
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Score: 1363687.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...D/UNEP/WORKSHOP.CEWST/1&Lang=E
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Batteries for portable ICT devices ITU-T TechWatch Alert (February 2010) 1 Box 1: Starting from Bricks The picture shows a Motorola DynaTAC 8000X (Dynamic Adaptive Total Area Coverage), the world’s first commercial cellular phone, receiv- ing FCC approval in 1983. Also known as ‘brick phone’ for its dimensions (33cm x 4cm x 9cm) and weight (0.9kg), the $3,995 phone and its battery offered a half-hour talk time, up to eight hours of standby time, and took 10 hours to recharge. (...) This would make them optimal for consumer goods such as mobile phones, laptops and cameras (see Box 2). The main hurdles to be overcome for fuel cell technology in such devices include power handling, down-sizing and cost. (...) s=nanotechnology Box 2: Mobile fuel cells Toshiba DMFC laptop Hitachi fuel cell PDA Source: Fuel Cell Today, http://www.fuelcelltoday.com http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/4147361/4144548/04147448.pdf?
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Score: 1362694 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../23/01/T230100000E0001PDFE.pdf
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 Page 881 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 881 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals P. 881 Quality of life Core indicator Supporting indicator Number of Internet connections per Number of new patents per 100,000 100,000 population population per year Number of higher education degrees per 100,000 population Technology and Number of telephone connections innovation (landlines and cell phones) per 100,000 population Number of landline phone connections per 100,000 population Number of cell phone connections per 100,000 population ITU‐T's Technical Reports and Specifications 871     876     877     878     879     880     881     882     883     884     885     886          
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