Installation of Matrix Satatya Samas at NHIF

The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) is a social health insurance scheme established by CAP 395 with the main objective of ensuring accessibility of health care services to all Tanzanians. The Fund has managed to expand its coverage to include councillors, private companies, religious and education institutions, private individuals, children under 18 (TOTO Afya) as well as mutual groups, whereby all members can equally access health services in all accredited health facilities. The Fund is also administering the Bunge Health Insurance Scheme, on behalf of the National Assembly. Business scenario…

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Drone with Allied Vision Camera Supports in Flood and Coastal Protection

Heavy rain and storms resulting in flooding, have increased significantly in recent years. When large quantities of rainfall in very short periods of time, masses of water overrun sewage capacities in many areas and allow water bodies to rise over their banks, often with destructive force and disastrous effects. Emergency responders on scene, then face the task of coordinating aid and protection measures as efficiently as possible. However, affected areas are often inaccessible, and situations are unwieldy. Real-time data and images from the air, combined when possible with further sensor…

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Delta DSC600 Bollard Stops Truck

Recently a truck crashed into a Delta Scientific DSC600 bollard protecting the Old Capitol ground in Tallahassee. The vehicle went no further than the bollard itself, stuck on top so well that it took two other trucks to remove it. The driver survived. “DSC600 bollards protect the Capitol grounds and their aesthetics with K-12 defense that meets or exceeds U.S. Department of State and Department of Defense certifications,” affirmed Greg Hamm, Delta Scientific Vice President of Marketing and Sales, “With the DSC600 crash rated bollard modules, facilities surrounded by streets,…

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IndigoVision Upgrades a Major Airport from an Analog to IP System

Faced with a number of security challenges and planned future expansion, a major airport decided to implement a scalable security surveillance solution. Security issues and analog hangovers With the existing proprietary solution at the airport locked down to one manufacturer and littered with issues resulting in high maintenance and expansion costs, a new solution was required that would allow the airport to scale it’s surveillance solution in line with future expansion plans. Not only was the existing surveillance solution analog and proprietary, it wasn’t intuitive and was difficult for operators…

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