Electronic Vaccination Card of the Carlos Slim Foundation is presented as a success story in France

The Electronic Vaccination Card (CEV) developed by the Carlos Slim Foundation was presented at the international TRUSTECH event, dedicated to the development of technology based on electronic security, radio frequencies, Internet of things and artificial intelligence.

The meeting took place in Cannes, France, brought together thousands of people from 130 nationalities interested in the development and implementation of secure technology systems.

The technology developed by the Carlos Slim Foundation was exposed as a success story of a robust and secure digital platform that contributes to the transformation of health services in Mexico, and that uses dynamic QR codes and NFC tags to provide portability of the information to the health units and those responsible for the children to whom vaccines are applied.

The CEV allows to reduce the administrative workload of health personnel by having tools to identify children pending vaccination and to automatically generate activity reports.

During the realization of TRUSTECH, representatives of countries such as China, Costa Rica, France, India and Senegal, showed interest in the ability of the Platform to be implemented for the benefit of people.

The Electronic Vaccination Card was designed with the support of vaccination experts, national and international, and is the first of its kind in Latin America, putting Mexico at the forefront of technology applied to health information.

From Carlos Slim Foundation, we are contributing to the transformation of health services in Mexico, with avant-garde models and developments, based on Digital Health. Our health programs are aimed at generating solutions that help solve the problems of the most unprotected populations in the Latin American region and other parts of the world, so that more people live longer and better.

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