The system is built of two different parts. First data collection. Creates a database, database with provincial vaccine data.
The second part of the system is a server that accepts text messages and then looks through the database to retrieve information from the user’s hands.
The whole project seems complicated, but Lampart did not take much time to build it.
“It probably took 10 or 12 hours – something like that – overall,” he said.
“It’s a very positive response. It’s really happy. It’s a pleasure to see the tweet I made, it exploded so quickly உடன் (with) a lot of supportive comments. In time. ”
Lampart said Premier Scott Moe had invited him to greet and thank him and offered to connect him with the right people to cover the cost of the project.
It has been used sparingly since it started Tuesday afternoon.
“We’re about 9,000 now. At this rate, we need to hit 10,000 in an hour or two. It’s happening very fast,” he said.
“Technology like this can be very helpful and can do good things for this world … It will inspire (and show) people that technology can do good things, just as this program can help vaccinate people.”