The aim of the MobileLab development was to establish a highly innovative, complex, compact, mobile, and scalable healthcare ecosystem, powered by a highly secured satellite communication network, to monitor and to diagnose epidemiological hotspots in order to prevent the emergence and spreading of possible local, regional or global epidemiological outbreaks.
By using MobileLab, our Partners are in the position to:
- make local healthcare situations transparent- identify and diagnose possible epidemiological or other live threatening
- healthcare developments
- develop an intervention plan
- treat and to repel the healthcare threat
- evaluate samples without the necessity to physically export them from the affected areas
MobileLab is a complex laboratory ecosystem (in a container), that is robust, compact and flexible enough to be deployed anytime and anywhere, where the conventional healthcare cannot reach out. Ideal for rural areas or high density populations, with the need to perform immediate examinations and diagnose in time epidemiological threats. Through its core Healthcare Mobile Platform (HMP) software and its enhanced 24/7 satellite communication service, it ensures real-time and fully protected data evaluation. Through its uniquely developed, state of the art software system, MobileLab is highly innovative and merges certain sub-systems into an efficiency operating unique systems on the field of laboratory intervention systems.
As a compact and request oriented system, compared to the conventional legacy systems, it can be deployed in an extremely short period of time. Its deployment time to the affected area is crucial in case of an epidemiological threat.
Thanks to the advanced technologies used in MobileLab, essential results - which contain significant information from commercial and state security point of view - can be accessed immediately. These days international epidemiological data on human and animal epidemics are highly valuable and prospective (dynamically growing, not saturated). The most valuable data are the morbidity indexes of BSL 1-2 groups (internationally classified) as well as respiratory infections (various influenza viruses, RSV infection, avian influenza, etc.), hepatitis infections, gastro enteral infections (various types of enterovirus, rotaviruses, caliciviruses).
The embed PCR “Polymerase chain reaction” technology can be used to detect particularly dangerous BSL 3-4 (human and animal) infectious diseases (eg, anthrax, cholera, ebola, typhoid) to avoid crisis’s, like the ones provoked by the latest massive epidemics:
- Atypical SARS outbreaks in China in 2003
- An outbreak of avian influenza in Asia in 2005-2006
- 2009 swine flu epidemic
- 2012 - 2013 Saudi Arabia and 2015 South Korean MERS epidemic or in
- 2014 the West African ebola epidemic
- 2016 in Zika epidemic in South America
- 2016 - 2018 Yemen Cholera outbreak
- 2018 DR Congo ebola outbreak
Africa HealthJohannesburg, South Africa05.28.2019 - 05.30.2019
Sixth "Satellite Communication in Germany"Bonn, Germany05.14.2019 - 05.15.2019
Arab HealthDubai - United Arab Emirates01.28.2019 - 01.31.2019