Low-cost and open source incubators
With readily available materials and easily assembled, this technology has been developed by a group of Spanish engineers.
How to deliver IT to secluded villages without electricity or Internet? Here goes a clue: tablets and solar power.
Although significant progress has been made, access to IT in the third world is an ongoing challenge. And not only as regards to browsing social media or reading the news online but also in the availability of life-changing information. And that is the goal of Kamaleon, a Mozambique-based company that has created a platform under the name of the Community Tablet. Kamaleon is an interactive platform that combines an intuitive interface with a set of tablets that can be carried in a trailer to remote communities. As they are solar powered and all the information is preloaded, the technology does not require access to the Internet or any external power supply. Financial education or HIV prevention are some of the courses that are already being provided through this technological project.
Source: The Guardian