TADhack 2014 hack presentation - FairShare call limiter

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A quick hack with Tropo.js and a Fairwaves UmSITE done by the Fairwaves and MojoLingo joint team.

The idea is to limit a duration of calls on a saturated network, but to do that politely and intelligently:
* we ensure users could speak for at least 30 seconds without interruption,
* we drop the longest call and not a random one,
* after 30 sec we politely notify them that the network is saturated and their call may be dropped,
* we actually notify them right before dropping the call,
* if demand is more than we can handle even by dropping long calls, we record who tried to call and notify them later, when the network resources becomes available again.

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TADhack 2014 hack presentation - FairShare call limiter

  1. 1. Fair-Share Community Mobile
  2. 2. The Problem: Network Saturation ✤ Mobile service in developing nations is scarce! ✤ Even if service is available, cost can be a burden! ✤ What if we provide unlimited mobile service?! ✤ How to ensure usage is fair (and enforced)?
  3. 3. The Solution: Fair Share ✤ When usage is low, allow indefinite calls ! ✤ When cell nears saturation, hangup
 long-running calls! ✤ … but be polite about it
  4. 4. How ItWorks ?
  5. 5. How ItWorks ? This Call W ill Be D isconnected
  6. 6. Demonstration
  7. 7. Additional Features ✤ Guarantee minimum call duration! ✤ Assisted Call Completion! ✤ Keep track of calls that fail due to saturation! ✤ Message callers when capacity is available
  8. 8. HowWe Did It

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