All together now new jhai - 5.18.10-notes versionb


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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

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  • All together now new jhai - 5.18.10-notes versionb

    1. 1. Village entrepreneurs use low power, low cost highest tech for better health, education, and livelihoodAll Together Now<br />Lee Thorn<br />Chair, Jhai<br /> 415 420 2870<br />
    2. 2. We’re all in these economic and weather messes together<br />The poorest and the richest<br />Photo by Matthew Fang<br />
    3. 3. We can use business<br />rigor<br />And we all win <br />Photo by Matthew Fang<br />
    4. 4. The Dilemma in ICT4D**<br />Build New Capabilities<br />Be More Responsive<br />Customize<br />Be Open<br />Think Strategically<br />Impose ‘Best Practices’<br />Cut Costs<br />Be More Efficient<br />Standardize<br />Be Secure<br />Execute Flawlessly<br />Encourage Participation<br />* Information and Communication Technology for Development<br />
    5. 5. Innovation<br />Cost containment<br />Photo by Matthew Fang<br />
    6. 6. pat your head<br />rub your belly<br />
    7. 7. “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.”<br />Lee Thorn, Chairman<br />Jhai Foundation<br />
    8. 8. Our business<br />.We provide at low cost …<br /><ul><li>training of trainers
    9. 9. appropriate equipment for village ICT4D
    10. 10. Advice that reduces costs and maximizes profit for implementer and village entrepreneurs needs.</li></ul>2003 Laos ICT4D Implementation<br />Please click in box<br />
    11. 11. Jhai reconciliation model<br /><ul><li>High Accountability
    12. 12. Local Ownership
    13. 13. Low Overhead
    14. 14. Localized Style
    15. 15. Sustainable</li></ul>Create 2-way dialog <br />& relationship<br />Reconciliation<br />Development<br />Method*<br />Community<br />determines needs<br />and exact solutions, builds on assets and capabilities<br />Measurable<br />outcomes<br />Tools to show community how to build it<br />* Patent-Pending<br />
    16. 16. Gear costs in initial ICT4D<br />35%<br />Photo by Matti Mattila<br />
    17. 17. Training costs in initial ICT4D<br />50%<br />Photo by Matti Mattila<br />
    18. 18. Room for Improvement<br />85%<br />information is a key strategic asset<br />36%<br /> well positioned to use information for growth<br />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<br />
    19. 19. Room for Improvement<br />85%<br />information is a key strategic asset<br />Jhai’s training is largely free, virtual, fast<br />36%<br /> well positioned to use information for growth<br />Jhai does R&D, trains trainers, consults very fast<br />
    20. 20. Market Edge<br />Leverage<br />Core Jhai Systems & Technology<br />After Charlie Feld, Blind Spot<br />
    21. 21. focus on customers<br />Photo by Vali<br />
    22. 22. Key considerations in villages<br />
    23. 23. Low cost, low power hardware<br />ReMeDisolution: respiration, BP, pulse, EKG, lung capacity, temperature; 2 2-way A/V windows, smart patient records. 2W <br />Jhai PC/server: 3.2GHtz,4GigRAM, 300Gbts, <30W<br />Ncomputingclients in network for school and community use: 4w<br />
    24. 24. ReMeDi telemedicine gear<br />Measurements – 12-channel ECG, NiBP, Auscultation Sounds (Stethoscope), Temperature and Heart rate<br />Optional Pulse Oximeter and Spirometer probes available <br />Standalone PC software/ interface libraries for WinXP/ Win2K/ WinME/ Win98<br />Choice of serial or USB interface to the PC<br />Choice of semi-automatic or automatic BP measurement<br />Integrates with ReMeDi – SOFT, for a complete telemedicine and EMR solution<br />
    25. 25. Software<br />Neurosynaptic’sReMeDi diagnosis and treatment tools<br />WindowsXP(Linux or Mac available for additional cost)<br />Open Office<br />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)<br />Coming: 3D and blood testing<br />
    26. 26. Award-winning training<br />Off-grid in Hmong/Lao school<br />Business planning<br />Accounting<br />Operations<br />Technology use and maintenance<br />Plus long-term, localized follow-up<br />
    27. 27. Business organization<br />Local independent business allies of Jhai Foundation<br />Jhai Foundation provides R&D, equipment, training trainers and customization consulting<br />
    28. 28. Management<br />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. <br />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. <br />Joe Tan CPA has 30 years accounting experience and has worked with Jhai for 12 years as its accountant , financial advisor, and recently treasurer. <br />. <br />
    29. 29. 24/7<br />
    30. 30. 24/7<br />
    31. 31. 24/7<br />
    32. 32. 24/7<br />
    33. 33. Jhai business planning and accounting tool<br />
    34. 34. History<br />Jhai Foundationhelped create well over 250 profitable businesses with a 90+% success rate over 12 years in rural Laos<br />Neurosynaptic, World Health Partnersand Jhai have put sustainable telemedicine in about 200 villages in India<br />
    35. 35. Award-winning Technology <br />International ‘best practices’ awards<br />Award-winning Technology<br />
    36. 36. Strategic Partners- past and present<br />
    37. 37. lighten up<br />Photo by Jenny Downing<br />
    38. 38. 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<br />Think e-gov, telemedicine, biz & agricultural services & more<br />
    39. 39. Cisco Virtual Sales Meeting, September 2009<br />19,000 participants<br />89 countries<br />24 times zones<br />88 hours<br />Think collaboration, conferencing, distant learning, e-tools for commerce, microcredit and banking, vocational education, with translation<br />90% cost savings!<br />… and offset 84,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide<br />Image from Cisco<br />
    40. 40. Think cloud computing, virtual networking, conferences, peer-to-peer cross-cultural experiences among poorer village and slum children, businesses, schools, clinics and families<br />
    41. 41. Possible future in rural villages <br />Uses<br />Communications<br />and Training<br />Remote education<br />Health<br />Just-on-time <br />pandemic response<br />ICT Centers with<br />voice/video <br />communication<br />Surveillance on rural <br />public health data<br />Economic tools<br />Sustainable <br />Telemedicine<br />Crop prices and <br />agriculture support <br />Outsourced business,<br />vocational education, <br />many others<br />Phase 1<br />Phase 2<br />Phase 3<br />Time<br />
    42. 42. Convergence Enables Complete Solution<br />Jhai <br />Development Stack<br />“Stack”<br />Jhai Reconciliation <br />Methodology<br />Business Planning <br />Tools<br />Advanced IT<br />
    44. 44. “It may seem counterintuitive, but the more standardized your systems and processes are, the more flexible you can be.”<br />- Charlie Feld, Blind Spot<br />
    45. 45. Key disclosures<br />Jhai has inquiries from 60 countries <br />Indian probable market for telemedicine next year: 3000 villages<br />Jhai has spent $2 million creating and testing hardware, software and development systems over last eight years. <br />
    46. 46. Today’s Tech Landscape<br />Q. Which option best describes your plans for each of the following applications in the next 12 months?<br />Source: CIO Technology Priorities Study February 2010 <br />
    47. 47. Source: CIO Technology Priorities Study February 2010 <br />Tomorrow?<br />Q. Which option best describes your plans for each of the following applications in the next 12 months?<br />
    48. 48. Jhai is cutting edge<br />Jhai helps villages<br />leap-frog<br />Collaboration in the cloud<br />Business processes integrated laterally and vertically <br />Focus on service<br />
    49. 49. Photo by Wilka Hudson<br />
    50. 50. think radical<br />Photo by Ana Cotta<br />
    51. 51. What to do?<br />Shall we do something radically fun together? <br />Contact:<br />Photo by Matthew Fang<br />
    52. 52. What to do?<br /><ul><li>You invest in the growth of our sustainable business
    53. 53. We help you deploy a big rural poverty-reduction system using ICT, starting with telemedicine
    54. 54. You tell us how we can meet your needs
    55. 55. Contact Lee /+1 415 420 2870</li></ul>Photo by Matthew Fang<br />
    56. 56. Lee Thorn<br />Chair, Jhai<br />+1 415 420 2870<br /><br />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. <br />Most of the photos in this presentation are from flickr, offered for use under a Creative Commons license<br />Photo by Matthew Fang<br />