The earthquake in Haiti has inspired groups of Americans to go beyond donating to various relief organizations. Around the country, groups of information technology professionals have gathered to help the people of Haiti remotely, by using their computers. The volunteers hail from different organizations including Google, NASA, the United Nations, the Red Cross, and the Los Angeles Fire Department.

At several locations in the US and at one location in London, a “Crisis Camp Haiti” was organized starting this past weekend. Volunteers collaborated on how to design new maps of quake-rattled Port-au-Prince neighborhoods, better family member finder services, and quicker communication systems.

The volunteers hope to be able to successfully launch a tech-based disaster relief system that will be running smoothly in preparation for future disasters around the world.

For information on how you can volunteer your tech expertise to assist in the Crisis Camp Haiti efforts, please visit

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