MOre media coverage from Dr Paul – a wonderful demonstration of our software in action:) Catalyst: SOS Network – ABC TV Science. We are still aiming for an Alpha, developer’s release come July…
Android Software Connects Calls Without Mobile Carriers — InformationWeek.
How Phone-Powered Mesh Networks Could Help in Egypt: Mobile Technology News «. We are mentioned in this article via a reference to the Register coverage:)
Now, cellphones that work without towers – The Times of India.
A review of Serval & Buy This Satellite, and communications as human right concept. Really interesting piece! Revolutionising open communications
Serval Project: Network-Free Communication, Or A Temporary Self-Organizing Self-Powered Network, For Android. and Mobile mesh network finds interest in NGOs It is very exciting to see us being noticed like this!
Our own Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen has been presenting at Linux Conf AU 2011, which went ahead, with the heroic efforts of tireless organisers, despite the flooding in Brisbane. Kudos to them! Mobile mesh network finds interest in NGOs The article is wonderful – and of course *spoilers* contains picture and video, of our test using […]
Blackouts continue as SA clears storm damage – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). There is a distressing amount of articles that show how much a Serval Batphone system could have helped. Even the Monarto Zoo, mentioned in the final paragraphs, could benefit from our setup. There is also the New Zealand earthquake scenario, in Christchurch. […]
A quick thank you so much to everyone who has contacted us in the last few days. As Dr Paul is leaving to go on holiday to a super secret destination, I will be running things for a few weeks. I am also presenting at the Telstra Innovation Challenge on Tuesday. With all of that, […]
It is absolutely bucketing down here in Adelaide, with windy, stormy, and sort of wonderfully wild weather. I believe Victoria is experiencing similar conditions. This means we have had intermittent blackouts – today’s lasting all afternoon and into the dark evening. Ok, Romana, great, what has that to do with Serval? Quite a lot, actually. […]