Martin Talks at CEGA on Resilient Communities

Although Nexleaf Co-Founder Martin Lukac has been spending a great deal of his time in India working on ColdTrace projects of late, he found time to travel to UC Berkeley to present at a CEGA event entitled “Technologies for Crisis Response & Resilience.” Martin’s talk, “Building Resilient Health Systems Through Remote Monitoring and Analytics,” focuses on how ColdTrace uses lean, robust technology to compensate where traditional physical infrastructure is lacking. Our technologies are designed to function in places where road conditions are poor and power availability is intermittent. When we innovate specifically for these environments, we increase the resilience of these remote communities, and we create robust, resilient technologies that perform better all over the world, including in the US.