Tony Hodgson's new book presents a way of taking a holistic view of resilience and describes its practical application through the IFF World Game. The World System Model is applicable at any level from village community to whole planet.See More
Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
I want to do the research in this area of study.My research interests are in the area of new high speed communication systems.Rapidly convergence of computing, telecommunication, information technologies, and electronic media has made possible new forms of economic interaction that have characterized as “digital economy”.
• Exploring how to enhance digital economy using these entities, through a 'virtual marketplace' - to connect travelers, vehicles and services to provide rural populations with access to flexible transport solutions which match their needs.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
Currently I am a computer engineer at the Department of Economic Development Government of Ras Al Kamiah, UAE. My responsibilities are administration of networks & systems, surveillance systems installing & configuring WLAN & WAN of the company. I received the Master of Science Degree with excellent results in Information Technology from the Punjab University College of Information Technology Lahore Pakistan (www.pucit.edu.pk) in October, 2007. My field of specialization was java programming and communication.
I belong to the rural area of Muzaffar Garh Punjab, Pakistan. During my MSc in IT study, a GIS professor assigned me a project to locate the colleges in Punjab Pakistan in GIS. In those days at my home, I tried to use the internet but unfortunately because of signal problem, the internet speed was very slow. At the time I decided, to do research in this area. Still the problem is same; this problem always boosts me to resolve the problem for rural areas.
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