Greenfield partners with Fraunhofer in our eHealth and telemedicine work in SSA

The Fraunhofer-IGD (FhG-IGD) is the largest computer graphics institute in Europe and one of the largest and best-equipped world-wide. The mission of the Fraunhofer Society is to provide product solutions, knowledge and basic research to the industry as well as to small and medium enterprises (SME) on contract-based research.
Scientific visualisation for technology, science, and medicine is a focus that plays an important role in many different contexts of realisation. Visual communication fills the gap between imaging and telecommunication which – due to strong market growth – will play a leading role in the future.


Greenfield partners with Jembi Health Systems in their leadership and development activities in South Africa.

Jembi Health Systems NPC is an African NGO focusing on advancing of the area of Global Health through the correct use and implementation of Health Systems and Information. Jembi Health Systems NPC grew out of the Open Architectures and Standards in Information Systems (OASIS) project, funded by the Canadian International Development Research Center (IDRC) and has grown to become one of the leading developing country based organisations driving the advancement of Global Health in developing countries.

For more information on Jembi Health Systems visit www.jembi.org




Greenfield partners with education specialists Northern Cape Institute of Technology (NCIT).

NCIT has full accreditation with the South African Services SETA www.serviceseta.org.za. The partnership allows an expanded curriculum offering, including courses in New Venture Creation, Project Management and Office Administration.


Greenfield collaborates with Thales in our work exploring opportunities for satellite-enhanced telemedicine in Africa.

Thales Alenia Space España, spanish company founded in 1988, devoted to the development and supply of Space systems and equipment for civil and military programs with application in telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, science, exploration, space transportation and infrastructure. Location in the Technological Park of Madrid, has means for technological and industrial development, manufacturing and testing for equipment and space systems, including 1650 m2 of clean rooms, 300 people and CMMI 3, ISO 9001, EN9100, AQAP 2110, ISO 14001 certifications. Among its capabilities and experience include the radio frequency engineering, digital electronics, and telecommunications and observation systems. The company makes great efforts in innovation and creation of new technologies, spending an amount equivalent to more than 6% of their income on R&D. TAS-E Telecom System division has a sound background in Telecom Systems: Air Traffic Management, Mobile TV, IRIDIUM; EC projects (Mednet, Healthware, SatSix, Satlife, IBIS), ESA Artes projects, AmerHis (Artes 4), the first DVB On Board Processor launched on Amazonas satellite, REDSAT (Artes 11) on board processor on AG1 small GEO satellite, multiple Artes 1 and Artes 2 studies, ("Study of Generic Stream Encapsulation (GSE) application to the DVB-family standards”, “Next Generation OBP Roadmap”, “Efficient MAC techniques for Interactive Satellite Systems”,  “Advanced Modem Prototype for Interactive Satellite Terminals”) and R&D national funding projects (MOVISAT, WIMSAT, Mediasat, VAMMOS). TAS-E has a recognized experience in satellite communication standardization bodies (e.g. ETSI SES BSM,  DVB TM-RCS, liaison with TIA).

For more information on Thales Alenia Space España visit www.thalesgroup.com/Espacio


Greenfield partners with tinTree internation eHealth in their leadership and development activities in Africa.

Greenfield’s eHealth activities include a special interest in mobile technology, mHealth, including modalities such as electronic treatment adherence support, to improve tuberculosis treatment outcomes. Greenfield supports technology researchers and developers in the field with implementations and evaluations. It has extensive experience working with local municipalities of various sizes, conducting surveys and supporting worth in the area of health strategy.

TinTree International eHealth Leadership and Development Trust is a not-for-profit entity. It provides support for people working in ehealth in ministries, healthcare providers, NGOs, civil society and ICT suppliers in the health market. It is a leading contributor to the international Future eHealth Leaders programme.

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