SEAMUS is an information transmission system that streamlines geographically dispersed data into a single management center. The technology can be used even where Internet may not be working or where there are connection problems. Previously encoded SMS messages transmit information from the field to a central post where it automatically undertakes the following.
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The system can be adapted to any context and any type of information that is required to be conveyed from the field. The training required is minimal because the only task is to send a SMS; the implementation cost is minimal, since any cell phone can be used to send an SMS (cost only of SMS transmittal); the reception is undertaken in a normal computer in which the control software is provided free (Download system).
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