Mauro Margalho Coutinho

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This paper presents a new proposal to provide electronic health care for riverine communities through Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs), using boats as data mules. The focus of this project is based in specific scenarios without telecommunications infrastructure, like Marajó Archipelago, located in north of Brazil, at Amazon Forest.
This paper proposes a framework to the return path on the Brazilian digital television. It presents an alternative way to achieve user based interactivity by utilizing the existing Wireless Distribution System resource (WDS) The utilization of this resource in areas with no infrastructure of telecommunications, like the Amazonian region, creates a(More)
This paper investigates the feasibility of using boats as data mule nodes, carrying medical ultrasound videos from remote and isolated communities in the Amazon region in Brazil, to the main city of that area. The videos will be used by physicians to perform remote analysis and follow-up routine of prenatal examinations of pregnant women. Two open source(More)
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