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Internet for recovery
Denmark is the leading European country when it comes to using eHealth infrastructures. Especially concerning the treatment of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), Denmark makes use of a trendsetting telemonitoring system for monitoring and treatment of COPD patients in their own home. This way, about 40% of treatment costs can be saved compared to stationary hospital stays. Another important aspect is the comprehensive monitoring of all relevant data via the Internet. If this monitoring is not guaranteed, sudden exacerbation of the patient‘s condition cannot be treated fast enough. The COPD telemonitoring solution developed by Viewcare in cooperation with Danish Viprinet partner Sharecon is one of the most up-to-date of its kind, and stands out by its extremely high availability.
IT Connectivity in Pro Sports
Leading professional sports clubs not only is a challenge in sports itself but also needs economic success. Trouble-free processes, for instance in ticketing, and innovative digital platforms for integrating fans and sponsors ensure important sources of revenue for the club. For that, the club depends on a resilient Internet connection. German Soccer Bundesliga club 1. FSV Mainz 05 has been writing success stories in professional soccer. As modern pro sports club with creative ideas, 1. FSV Mainz 05 is using innovative solutions in order to keep up with competitors. By relying on Viprinet bonding technology, the club now has at hand a 100% resilient and encrypted Internet connection for stationary and mobile use cases.
Stable Internet for Earthquake Relief
After the grave earthquake in middle Italy in October 2016, Viprinet supported Italian Institute for Geophysics and Vulcanology INGV at setting up a stable communications network in the affected region. Tragic natural catastrophes like earth quakes often leave IT and communications infrastructures destroyed or at least insufficient. In order to coordinate rescuers’ operations on site and to organize subsequent reconstruction, installing a ready-to-use communications infrastructure becomes a high priority according to disaster relief. Not only need numerous organizations, authorities, and rescuers on site to be organized, but also a communications infrastructure between the hurriedly established local situation rooms and the central offices all over Italy must be installed quickly in order to broadcast relevant data e.g. from earth quake measuring stations or drone cameras to and from the affected regions.