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Jhai Foundation's Lee Thorn, a pioneer in ICT4 sustainable development, shows how to use integrated ICTs as proven tools in telemedicine, education and livelihood in villages and slums

Jhai Foundation's Lee Thorn, a pioneer in ICT4 sustainable development, shows how to use integrated ICTs as proven tools in telemedicine, education and livelihood in villages and slums

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All together now   new jhai - 5.18.10-notes versionb All together now new jhai - 5.18.10-notes versionb Presentation Transcript

  • Village entrepreneurs use low power, low cost highest tech for better health, education, and livelihoodAll Together Now
    Lee Thorn
    Chair, Jhai
    lee@jhai.org/+1 415 420 2870
  • We’re all in these economic and weather messes together
    The poorest and the richest
    Photo by Matthew Fang
  • We can use business
    rigor
    And we all win
    Photo by Matthew Fang
    View slide
  • The Dilemma in ICT4D**
    Build New Capabilities
    Be More Responsive
    Customize
    Be Open
    Think Strategically
    Impose ‘Best Practices’
    Cut Costs
    Be More Efficient
    Standardize
    Be Secure
    Execute Flawlessly
    Encourage Participation
    * Information and Communication Technology for Development
    View slide
  • Innovation
    Cost containment
    Photo by Matthew Fang
  • pat your head
    rub your belly
  • “Working with each village in initial assessments, business planning, hardware and software choice, and pace of adoption of applications … and creating standardized processes and technology platforms … can seem like conflicting activities, but doing BOTH is key to maximizing value.”
    Lee Thorn, Chairman
    Jhai Foundation
  • Our business
    .We provide at low cost …
    • training of trainers
    • appropriate equipment for village ICT4D
    • Advice that reduces costs and maximizes profit for implementer and village entrepreneurs needs.
    2003 Laos ICT4D Implementation
    Please click in box
  • Jhai reconciliation model
    • High Accountability
    • Local Ownership
    • Low Overhead
    • Localized Style
    • Sustainable
    Create 2-way dialog
    & relationship
    Reconciliation
    Development
    Method*
    Community
    determines needs
    and exact solutions, builds on assets and capabilities
    Measurable
    outcomes
    Tools to show community how to build it
    * Patent-Pending
  • Gear costs in initial ICT4D
    35%
    Photo by Matti Mattila
  • Training costs in initial ICT4D
    50%
    Photo by Matti Mattila
  • Room for Improvement
    85%
    information is a key strategic asset
    36%
    well positioned to use information for growth
    Source: “Unlocking the Value of the Information Economy,” a global survey of 1,375 executives conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and sponsored by Symantec
  • Room for Improvement
    85%
    information is a key strategic asset
    Jhai’s training is largely free, virtual, fast
    36%
    well positioned to use information for growth
    Jhai does R&D, trains trainers, consults very fast
  • Market Edge
    Leverage
    Core Jhai Systems & Technology
    After Charlie Feld, Blind Spot
  • focus on customers
    Photo by Vali
  • Key considerations in villages
  • Low cost, low power hardware
    ReMeDisolution: respiration, BP, pulse, EKG, lung capacity, temperature; 2 2-way A/V windows, smart patient records. 2W
    Jhai PC/server: 3.2GHtz,4GigRAM, 300Gbts, <30W
    Ncomputingclients in network for school and community use: 4w
  • ReMeDi telemedicine gear
    Measurements – 12-channel ECG, NiBP, Auscultation Sounds (Stethoscope), Temperature and Heart rate
    Optional Pulse Oximeter and Spirometer probes available
    Standalone PC software/ interface libraries for WinXP/ Win2K/ WinME/ Win98
    Choice of serial or USB interface to the PC
    Choice of semi-automatic or automatic BP measurement
    Integrates with ReMeDi – SOFT, for a complete telemedicine and EMR solution
  • Software
    Neurosynaptic’sReMeDi diagnosis and treatment tools
    WindowsXP(Linux or Mac available for additional cost)
    Open Office
    Jhai Networks™ communication suite – up to 4 A/V windows, up to 300 node conferences, any kind of file-sharing and mark-up all at low bandwidth! (free with JhaiPC)
    Coming: 3D and blood testing
  • Award-winning training
    Off-grid in Hmong/Lao school
    Business planning
    Accounting
    Operations
    Technology use and maintenance
    Plus long-term, localized follow-up
  • Business organization
    Local independent business allies of Jhai Foundation
    Jhai Foundation provides R&D, equipment, training trainers and customization consulting
  • Management
    Lee Thorn has over 30 years consulting experience, 12 years as co-founder and chair of board of Jhai. He is a former graduate business school teacher, O.D. trainer and combat veteran.
    VorasoneDengkayaphichith, an engineer,has run operations for Jhai for 11 years, has two advanced degrees in IT, and has 20 years of ICT development experience in Laos and elsewhere.
    Joe Tan CPA has 30 years accounting experience and has worked with Jhai for 12 years as its accountant , financial advisor, and recently treasurer.
    .
  • 24/7
  • 24/7
  • 24/7
  • 24/7
  • Jhai business planning and accounting tool
  • History
    Jhai Foundationhelped create well over 250 profitable businesses with a 90+% success rate over 12 years in rural Laos
    Neurosynaptic, World Health Partnersand Jhai have put sustainable telemedicine in about 200 villages in India
  • Award-winning Technology
    International ‘best practices’ awards
    Award-winning Technology
  • Strategic Partners- past and present
  • lighten up
    Photo by Jenny Downing
  • The government should adopt Web-based and free technologies over proprietary ones wherever possible to reduce government spending on long-term maintenance and consulting contracts. - Aneesh Chopra
    Think e-gov, telemedicine, biz & agricultural services & more
  • Cisco Virtual Sales Meeting, September 2009
    19,000 participants
    89 countries
    24 times zones
    88 hours
    Think collaboration, conferencing, distant learning, e-tools for commerce, microcredit and banking, vocational education, with translation
    90% cost savings!
    … and offset 84,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide
    Image from Cisco
  • Think cloud computing, virtual networking, conferences, peer-to-peer cross-cultural experiences among poorer village and slum children, businesses, schools, clinics and families
  • Possible future in rural villages
    Uses
    Communications
    and Training
    Remote education
    Health
    Just-on-time
    pandemic response
    ICT Centers with
    voice/video
    communication
    Surveillance on rural
    public health data
    Economic tools
    Sustainable
    Telemedicine
    Crop prices and
    agriculture support
    Outsourced business,
    vocational education,
    many others
    Phase 1
    Phase 2
    Phase 3
    Time
  • Convergence Enables Complete Solution
    Jhai
    Development Stack
    “Stack”
    Jhai Reconciliation
    Methodology
    Business Planning
    Tools
    Advanced IT
  • REALSIMPLE
    COMMON PROCESSES
    STANDARD INFORMATION
    LEVERAGED PLATFORM OF CORE SYSTEMS
    INNOVATION AT THE EDGE
  • “It may seem counterintuitive, but the more standardized your systems and processes are, the more flexible you can be.”
    - Charlie Feld, Blind Spot
  • Key disclosures
    Jhai has inquiries from 60 countries
    Indian probable market for telemedicine next year: 3000 villages
    Jhai has spent $2 million creating and testing hardware, software and development systems over last eight years.
  • Today’s Tech Landscape
    Q. Which option best describes your plans for each of the following applications in the next 12 months?
    Source: CIO Technology Priorities Study February 2010
  • Source: CIO Technology Priorities Study February 2010
    Tomorrow?
    Q. Which option best describes your plans for each of the following applications in the next 12 months?
  • Jhai is cutting edge
    Jhai helps villages
    leap-frog
    Collaboration in the cloud
    Business processes integrated laterally and vertically
    Focus on service
  • Photo by Wilka Hudson
  • think radical
    Photo by Ana Cotta
  • What to do?
    Shall we do something radically fun together?
    Contact: lee@jhai.org
    Photo by Matthew Fang
  • What to do?
    • You invest in the growth of our sustainable business
    • We help you deploy a big rural poverty-reduction system using ICT, starting with telemedicine
    • You tell us how we can meet your needs
    • Contact Lee lee@jhai.org /+1 415 420 2870
    Photo by Matthew Fang
  • Lee Thorn
    Chair, Jhai
    +1 415 420 2870
    lee@jhai.org
    Special thanks to Abbie Lundberg for format ideas and initial source research on larger companies . Jhai takes full responsibility for accuracy of information. This slideshow can be shared with no restrictions. We support and adhere to Creative Commons standards.
    Most of the photos in this presentation are from flickr, offered for use under a Creative Commons license
    Photo by Matthew Fang