The Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force, represented by its chair, DENR Secretary Roy A. Cimatu (in checkered polo) expresses its appreciation to Korea Telecom (KT), represented by its vice president Kim Sung-In, for the company’s contribution to the rehabilitation of Boracay island. KT, in cooperation with the Department of Information and Communications Technology, will establish six state-of-the-art technologies in the island, namely: high-quality public wi-fi infrastructure particularly along White Beach and in Cagban Port; intelligent closed-circuit television cameras that can recognize faces at ports of entry; photovoltaic solar panels that can generate about 35,000 kilowatts of electricity annually, as well as a system to help track and manage solar energy generation and consumption; a smart school where selected students can learn through a wireless network; e-healthcare that uses devices which allow remote and real-time checking of solutions; and a central command center. The certificate of appreciation was given during Boracay’s opening day ceremony at Cagban Jetty Port.on October 26. KT is the largest telecommunications company in South Korea. ###