Cebu Conducts Field Testing and Training on Resilient Locally Accessible Cloud System

The Municipality of Cordova following the October 2019 testing on the Movable and Deployable ICT Resource Unit (MDRU) had a follow-up activity using the latest Internet cloud technology.

With its technology partner the Advanced Telecommunication Research Institute, International of Kyoto, Japan (ATR) and CVISNET Foundation Inc.; Mayor Mary Therese S. Cho, Japan visiting guest Toshikazu Sakano of ATR and CVISNET field tested the Locally Accessible Cloud System (LACS) simulating disaster and non-disaster scenarios.

The LACS was accessed for possible uses during disaster, including disaster assessment and reporting, locating and identification of missing persons, possible business continuance using ICT. LACS was also accessed for possible health and educational uses.

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THE TECHNOLOGY
The MDRU is a vehicle based ICT unit, which can be fully modularized and upgraded in the future to keep up with modern technology. As the unit is vehicle based it can be deployed to disaster affected area in a short period of time.
 
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PILOT AREA
Municipality of San Remigio, Cebu, Philippines
 
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THE CONCEPT
The MDRU project aims to provide ICT services such as Internet connectivity, phone services and Disaster Information system, which are long term sustainable and low cost to disaster prone areas.
 
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