Tespack powering TEDx in rural regions
Tespack joins Partnership with 𝚃𝙴𝙳𝚡 Nyarugenge
Many of us know what TED represents and their ideology of spreading ideas worth sharing.
They initiated their adventure in 1984 to spread ideas that are worth spreading. It started out as a conference where technology, entertainment and design came together. Today, however, it’s more about every topic, spreading from science to global issues to business.
To this date they gather the top specialists in all industries to convey their stories and teachings in less than 20 minutes and provide the best content available to TEDx viewers. Helping people have access to quality content and with it transform us all as individuals, professionals and simply progress as human beings.
Access to TEDx Content in Rural Areas
Feeding our curiosity and enjoying TED Talks is easy for people with access to digital devices and the internet, as we can find our favorite content at our fingertips in all our devices. We take it as granted to Watch TED Talks on the go or at home with TEDs mobile app, tablet and smart TV apps.
But the reality in rural areas is different, as accessing something so simple like TED digital content online in a few clicks; can turn into a big mission in rural areas, where they have no access to mobile devices, internet connectivity or basic electricity to power a mobile device.
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Education is indeed the most powerful weapon to change a person, nation and society as a whole. But the power to make this happen at a global scale involves also supporting rural areas, where their truth is different from ours. Knowledge should not be limited to where there is energy, TED content allows people to access content that can change their reality and help them become their own heroes.
Spreading Ideas worth sharing with Green Tech!
According to the United Nations nearly 3 billion people have never used the internet, despite the Covid-19 pandemic driving people online. To have a clear perspective to this shocking number; what this information conveys is that up to 37% of the world’s population does not have access to up to date quality content.
For this reason Tespack, a company that specializes in creating smart mobile energy solutions will join forces with TEDx Nyarugenge in Rwanda. TEDx Nyarugenge is an independently organized event that brings more than 1.000 activists, community change drivers and everybody else who seeks to change climate change. They bring together scientists, activists, entrepreneurs, urban planners, farmers, CEOs, investors, artists, government officials, and others to find the most effective evidence-based ideas out there to bring quality of education to rural areas.
The collaboration is about taking TEDxNyarugenge content to rural areas in Rwanda, where there is no access to digital education available due to energy shortage or lack of school infrastructure.
Together Tespack and TEDxNyarugenge will power this vision by using Tespack´s Smart Solar Media System (SSM System) and TEDxNyarugenge content.
Latest Green Education Technology to Power Rural Areas!
The SSM System can turn any space into a smart classroom for up to 8 hours! By incorporating audiovisuals (projector & Speakers) and utilizing the latest solar energy tech available. It can transform any space into a smart school. Find more information visiting the following link.
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Let’s change the world together!
I get the energy storage part. How does one connect to the internet to get streaming over the projector? Nicw to have power, but if ther is no internet connection, then students simply look at a white light on the wall. How does the system access content?
Thanks for the inquiry. In regards to displaying the content there is no need to have access to internet as the system can easily display digital content from any mobile device; laptop, smartphone, USB stick, memory card or hard drive. The whole concept is to provide a complete solution for rural regions where Audio, Video, PDFs, power points and Ebooks can be displayed with no issues.