Inmarsat, the multi-billion dollar innovative satellite company, has partnered with VSee to provide telemedicine in the world’s most difficult to reach places. VSee has used Inmarsat’s BGAN, a satellite terminal the size of a laptop, in numerous missions from Nigeria to Syria to Latin America.
Inmarsat has just published a case study of the VSee+Inmarsat telemedicine work in the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Gabon – where we used vsee in numerous villages without electricity and only accessible by boat.
Inmarsat provided the satellite technology so that VSee’s doctor-in-a-box kits could transmit high-quality ultrasound images from the field to faraway doctors. Their BGAN network proved to be the perfect solution.
Now you can read a case study that follows VSee into Gabon, showing how Inmarsat puts its satellite network to work for humanitarian causes. This three-page case study is a quick and fascinating read.