“But something like a Tsunami; you don’t even know where it hits, you don’t know how wide it will be, how many miles. I can’t imagine any anticipated coordination to stimulate redundancy and all that. And it’s a very emotional thing you know. Some way that the Tsunami hit, it was slowly flooding, makes a big difference on how rushed you want to be in offering this relief thing. So I wouldn’t say I know anything, at least not for this kind of thing.”
Loose network during relief phase
Dinesh argues that it is very hard to say that a system can be used during the relief; maybe personal calls, cell phones. It’s a loose network at such a time. If you can anticipate crisis, like no rain and something else, you can work on these issues.