The H2020 Project, one of Start-Up Chile’s pilot program participants, has been selected as a winner for Netexplo 2012. The award recognizes outstanding initiatives in internet/digital technology which illustrate the big picture of changes at work in society. Winners represent companies who are leaders in the trends that will transform the private and work spheres. Winners are chosen by a panel of more than 200 experts around the world. More information is available at http://imag-netexplo.org/.
Erika Anderson, founder and CEO, will speak about her work at Netexplo’s annual Forum March 15-16 at UNESCO in Paris. The goal of the Forum is to provide major industry players a round-up of this year’s most disruptive uses of digital technology, and to create opportunity for dialogue with the pioneers from around the world who are behind the most interesting and significant projects.
Erika will speak about the power of digital technology to improve information collection, aggregation and standardization, especially within areas relating to development, the bottom of the economic pyramid, and sustainability.
REXP Inc., which provides technical support for the H2020 projects, is a company offering full-service support for collecting and mapping data using mobile devices. REXP supports all aspects of field data management, including writing and structuring surveys; running surveys on a variety platforms (such as tablets and mobile phones); designing, maintaining and hosting databases using the cloud; and publication of information using cutting edge mapping tools. REXP also works with organizations to assist in standardizing data and functioning as a clearing house for information across organizations.