The EDIS client developed by RSOE works closely with the online EDIS website. From now on, new events appear not only on the EDIS website but also in the RSOE EDIS Notifier smartphone application. Using PUSH technology, the application gives you real time information about the events of the world. All you need is an Android phone and an active internet connection. There are five notification levels (5 – emergency, 4 – alert, 3 – warning, 2 – notification, 1 – information), each of which you can assign a different notification sound for. You can also set the so called quiet hours during which you only receive level 5 messages. If you prefer not to have any notification sounds, you can turn on LED blinking or vibrate mode in the settings menu.
This is the first RSOE EDIS Android application. This is a Lite version, currently a work in progress. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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The 2nd WDMC 2014 will address numerous interconnected, complex and emerging risks which are faced globally by different societies. Environmental, technical, social and economic issues are often closely linked and when at risk can result in manifold impact. For example the 2011 earthquake in Japan, resulted in a disastrous tsunami, creating nuclear meltdown at its key facilities.
Understanding the importance of disaster management for sustainable development, Disaster Management, Infrastructure and Control Society (DMICS) along with Exhibitions India Group is focusing to lay a foundation for an intellectual forum with national and international resources, and expertise for effective and efficient disaster management.
The 2nd World Disaster Management Congress 2014 (2nd WDMC 2014) will be held at HITEX, Hyderabad from 12-15 November, 2014.
This platform has been created to identify, understand, find solutions and create awareness about the potential risk and various manmade and natural disasters that can impact us adversely and lead to multiple repercussions.
Failures of critical infrastructure and services, pandemics, acts of terrorism and financial crisis all such tragedies can severely impact and influence human beings and collective societies.
Exhibition will provide an opportunity to exhibitors and sponsors to showcase latest technologies in the field of Fire Safety, Medical safety, IT Disaster Management, Rescue Devices, Security Solutions, Air Safety equipment etc.
2nd WDMC 2014 endeavors to reach out to over 1000 participants globally including risk management experts, Practitioners, Scientists, key players from Civil Society, Government and Non-Governmental Organizations and the Private sector and bring them all together at a single forum to address all these issues which require our immediate concern and attention.
The diversity of participants enables a strategic as well as an operational level of discussion to ensure that concrete solutions are worked out with the support of pertinent people from line ministries to disaster and risk management authorities.
2nd WDMC 2014 will provide a unique venue for Disaster Management professionals from around the world to showcase products/solutions, present, network and learn.
Identify Potential Risk and Adverse Situations
Discuss, Debate and Find concrete Solution
Exchange Information and Ideas with colleagues and industry professionals
Create awareness and share information with the world
Network and Build Synergies with like-minded individuals and organizations
Discover new solutions by networking
Participate in knowledge exchange
C Spire Emergency Alerts allows C Spire customers who do not have WEA compatible smartphones to receive WEA text notifications in the event local or national emergencies such as tsunamis, earthquakes, severe weather and Amber Alerts. If you’re located in an affected area or travel into one while the WEA alert is active, you’ll receive free notification messages tailored for your local area. The WEA system is local to the county level, so you won’t receive messages that don’t apply to you.
C Spire Emergency Alerts requires a non-WEA compatible smartphone running Android 2.1 or higher. If your phone is WEA compatible, you don’t need to install this app.
See a list of WEA compatible phones and find out more about WEA at http://cspire.com/cmas
The app works in conjunction with Amika Mobile's critical and emergency communication platform: the Amika Mobility Server (AMS). If security personnel responsible for your current location have deployed an AMS, installing this app on your mobile device will enable them to alert you of any emergency or advisory conditions, and optionally ask if you need help.
- in public areas, officials can provide immediate emergency response instructions
- in a lockdown or fire situation, you can be given location-specific instructions
- in the aftermath of an earthquake or tornado, you can be asked if you need help
- if you are a first responder, you can be informed of a situation and asked if you can respond
ALERT RECEPTION: When an alert is initiated from the AMS that targets your location, the pop-up will appear and a tone and audio message will play if these were included by the originator. The pop-up may be closed by pressing the Close button. It may be re-opened while the alert is still in-force by launching the Amika Alert app from the Amika Alert icon. If multiple alerts are active at the same time, Previous and Next buttons will be enabled to browse through the alerts. They are presented in priority and time order, with the most recent of the highest priority messages displayed first. For this reason, if an alert pops-up a second time without changes, press the Next button to see if a lower priority alert has arrived.
ALERT RESPONSE: When an alert displays response selections (e.g. "I need help" or "I am responding"), simply clicking on the link will provide your response. The display will indicate whether or not the response was successfully communicated.
NOTE: Amika Alert relies on WiFi service connectivity on the mobile device. The WiFi can be enabled in low power mode, but must be enabled for pop-up alerts to be received.
Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to plan in advance: how you will contact one another; how you will get back together; and what you will do in different disaster situations. The SD Emergency App contains disaster preparedness information, like:
• The ability to import or create your own emergency plan, plus the option to share with family and friends*
• The ability to build an emergency supplies kit that can be backed up and restored*
• Notifications when your emergency plan and kit are expired*
And when disaster strikes, the SD Emergency App will keep you and your family informed with:
• Emergency updates
• Interactive emergency maps
• Shelter locations
Plus, the app features a recovery section with resources during the aftermath of disasters.
The County of San Diego Office of Emergency Services (OES) created the SD Emergency App to better prepare and inform San Diego County residents and visitors about disasters. With SD Emergency, the tools you need to plan, prepare, and respond in an emergency are right at your fingertips.
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*Importing or Restoring an Emergency Plan/Kit will overwrite any existing Plan/Kit information stored in the app.
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We have spent the past four years working with the New Zealand Red Cross to create a solution. We call it the Serval Mesh, and it is free software that allows smart-phones to communicate, even in the face of catastrophic failure of cellular networks.
It works by using your phone's Wi-Fi to communicate with other phones on the same network. Or even by forming impromptu networks consisting only of mobile phones. Mesh communications is an appropriate technology for complementing cellular networks. Think of it like two-way radio or CB radio that has been propelled into the 21st century. For long-range communications you will still need to make use of cellular or fixed telephone networks or the internet.
This software allows you to easily make private phone calls, send secure text messages and share files in caves, in subways, in the Outback, in Australia or Africa, in Europe or the United States -- even when cellular networks fail or are unavailable.
You can also keep using your existing phone number on the mesh, which is really important in a disaster when people are trying to get back in contact with each other.
* Is completely open and open-source; free for all
* Can be carried and activated in seconds by those who need it when it is needed
* Is carrier independent
* Can be installed during an emergency from only one phone
* Is distributed nature makes network resilient
* Can use your existing phone number
* Encrypts mesh phone calls and mesh text messages by default
* Can distribute pictures, videos and any other files