August 30, 2012

Via: TechNet21:

An anti-vaccine surveillance and alert system
Seth Kalichman of the in the USA will establish an Internet-based global monitoring and rapid alert system for finding, analysing, and counteracting communication campaigns containing misinformation regarding vaccines to support global immunization efforts.

On-demand vaccine delivery via low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles
George Barbastathis of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology in the USA will lead a team to develop unmanned aerial vehicles that can be deployed by health care workers via cell phones to swiftly transport vaccines to rural locations and alleviate last-mile delivery problems and improve cost, quality, and coverage of vaccine supplies.

COMMENT: Additionally, the B&M Gates Foundation is funding plenty of other vaccine related programs (as usual), giving away their larger attempt to fight back against vaccine skeptics and push for total global saturation of vaccines, including numerous measures for inventory & distribution improvements (READ HERE):

A “bulletin board” for broadcasting vaccine supply and demand
A mobile cloud system to achieve universal vaccination
A passive solar thermal standard for vaccine storage rooms
An anti-vaccine surveillance and alert system
A geospatial optimization tool (for vaccine tracking)
Compostable vaccine packaging
Net-zero energy warehousing systems for drugs and vaccines
On-demand vaccine delivery via low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles
Phase change material freeze-prevention liner for vaccines
Profitable vaccine distribution in emerging markets
Remote monitoring of the cold chain distribution of vaccines
Single-vial system
SMS mobile technology for vaccine coverage and acceptance
Use of bar codes for vaccine introductions in poor countries
Vaccine freeze-damage assessment for improved supply systems

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