Solution Overview

Solution Name:

Digital distancing control VS COVID-19

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One-line solution summary:

A digital distance control mechanism that ensures our social distancing preventing us from exposing or being exposed to the coronavirus.

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Pitch your solution.

This project is about building a digital distance control mechanism that ensures our social distancing preventing us from exposing or being exposed to the c

This project will create a behavioral change that will keep us in check insuring our seaty and preventing us to transmit the Coronavirus to other peoples. 

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What specific problem are you solving?

Social distancing is ultimately about creating physical distance between people who don’t live together. At the community level, it means closing schools and workplaces and canceling events like concerts and Broadway shows. For individuals, it means keeping six feet of distance between you and others while in public and avoiding physical contact with people who do not share your home. Although schools, offices and businesses already had shut down to slow the spread of coronavirus, the park was packed in Boston, according to the New York Times. Peoples walk in groups close to each other even if there is very large ground surface area. This is because it is very hard to program ourselves to keep the 6 feet distance instantly even if it meant life and death. So we need some kind of monitoring mechanism that helps us keep our distance with strangers while we are walking on street or doing other tasks.

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What is your solution?

This project is about building a digital distance control mechanism that ensures our social distancing preventing us from exposing or being exposed to the coronavirus. This is done by using our smart phones. Where ever we are, we always carry our phone. Most of us these days carry smart phones. On our smart phones we install an application called digital distancing control. This application is a proximity sensor that detects when multiple smart phones are near each other less than 6 feet just like we use file sharing applications like Xender. When this application detects smart phone less than 6 feet, it consistently makes warning sound until there is at least 6 feet distance apart. This will program our selves because the more people use this the louder the sound is going to be because every one’s phone will make sound. We may carry two smart phones at a time but this system will not create a false signal because the system generates signals for smart devices having the application installed and we do not need to install on our every smart device but just the one we carry at all time.

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Who does your solution serve, and in what ways will the solution impact their lives?

The intended target of the project is all the people around the world who has not been infected or has not been confirmed infected with Coronavirus personal product that must be only used by the owner.

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Explain how the problem, your solution, and your solution’s target population relate to the Challenge.

This project aligns with the challenge because it focuses on the Coronavirus crisis of the world.

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In what city, town, or region is your solution team headquartered?

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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What is your solution’s stage of development?

Concept: An idea being explored for its feasibility to build a product, service, or business model based on that idea
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Who is the primary delegate for your solution?

Anteneh Gashaw

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