Then, we are joined by Shola Kahiapo-Trevino from the County of Hawaii and Jackie Kaina, Executive Director at the Kauai Economic Development Board to talk about the Broadband Hoʻike, Broadband Hui, the Digital Equity Plan and activities in their respective counties.
Today, we reprise the show called Indigenous Science. I’m happy to have with me today Katy Hintzen, Coastal Resilience Specialist at Sea Grant and Rosie Alegado Associate Professor of Oceanography and Sea Grant at UH Mānoa where she is Director for the Ualana ʻIke Center of Excellence. We talk about indigenous data sovereignty and the Indigenous Science Competition.
Today’s topic is about how private citizens in Maui’s tech community helped with Internet connectivity in Lahaina. With us today we have Leslie Wilkins, Executive Director at MEDB, Alex Fielding, co-founder of Privateer and Daron Nishimoto from EO Solution here to talk about how they helped to enable Internet connectivity and communications for the survivors of the Maui fire.
To support the recovery efforts on Maui go to MauiStrong.
Today’s topic is about testing the speed of your Internet connection. With us today, we have Bryan Darr VP of Government Affairs at Ookla, here to talk about how Ookla helps us understand the performance of the Internet with tools like Speedtest.net.
Before we get started I want to share this announcement about HPR’s commitment to supporting Maui relief efforts. There will be a 2-day fundraising campaign on the air this Thursday, August 24 and Friday, August 25. To show your support please go to the campaign and donation page at https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/mauistrong. We here at Hawaii Public Radio truly thanks you.
Today’s topic is called Scaling your Innovation. I’m happy to have with me Cindy Matsuki from HTDC and Ian Kitajima from PICHTR to talk about Innovation to Scale Up, an event happening on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at the Entrepreneur Sandbox.
This week we do a special update on the current status of Internet and communications access on Maui in the wake of the wildfires resulting from Hurricane Dora. I first cover what is happening on the ground with Hawaiian Telcom, Spectrum, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.
This week we reprise our conversation about an innovated student residency called RISE or Residence for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs. We welcome to the show, Sandra Fujiyama, the Executive Director of PACE, Michael Lam, Senior VP for Development for at Hunt and John Han, CFO from UH Foundation.
Today’s topic is called Indigenous Science. I’m happy to have with me today Katy Hintzen, Coastal Resilience Specialist at Sea Grant and Rosie Alegado Associate Professor of Oceanography and Sea Grant at UH Mānoa where she is Director for the Ualana ʻIke Center of Excellence. We talk about indigenous data sovereignty and the Indigenous Science Competition.