Haier Mobile Provides 10k Smartphones to Monitor Anti-Dengue Campaign

Haier Mobile recently provided more than 10,000 customized smartphones to Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB). Haier Mobile Provides 10k Smartphones to Monitor Anti-Dengue Campaign. These smartphones will help to monitor the anti-polio and anti-dengue campaigns in Punjab.

Haier Mobile Provides 10k Smartphones to Monitor Anti-Dengue Campaign

These phones have pre-installed applications with various options for maintaining the healthcare. Most of the Apps focus on preventing the dengue virus. Here are the details of a few features:

Grass cutting: An officer needs to capture the image of the grass while cutting it, to inform the health department about the condition of the lawn.
Dry the Water: Water increases the chance of spreading the dengue virus. If a health officer sees a significant amount of water somewhere, he can select this option in the app. The app will capture the image of the area and send it to the relevant department along with the GPS location information. The consultant team will then arrive at the area to dry the water.

Dengue Larvae: If dengue larvae are found in any area, the health officer can tap this option to inform the department about it.

Polio: Polio is a very sensitive issue in Pakistan. That is why PITB has designed an app for the information related to this disease. The app is also available in phone.

The device starts and shuts down by displaying the logo of PITB. There is a logo of the Punjab Health Department on the back of the smartphone. Underneath, the phone carries “Powered by PITB” sticker.

The PITB-powered version of the Haier Esteem i40 is not available for sale. As it is designed only for the health officers of the PITB. All of the data shared using the apps of this phone is stored on the servers of PITB.

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