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Reliable Emergency Communication
When major disasters strike, existing infrastructure is disrupted and compromised, power and communication systems fail, rural areas can be isolated and urban streets can become impassible and dangerous. Reliable communication for maintaining civil order, conducting search and rescue operations, and providing relief distribution is critical to saving lives.
Receives alerts and warnings from multiple sources and activates notifications.
Receives alerts and warnings on easy-to-use dashboard and activates notifications.
Send geo-targeted SMS, Text, Cell Broadcast, Email, and Social Media
Interpret and Broadcast the alerts to the designated Areas, Workforce, Agencies & Residents
Notifications sent through TCP/IP, Satellite, WiFi, GPRS/GSM, Fiber, Radio
Broadcast audible sirens and clearly understood voice messages over local or large areas
The Only Unified Solution for Critical Communications
Delivering multichannel public safety warnings, notifications, instructions and information to everyone in, or entering into, a crisis-affected area. Genasys solutions are highly effective in communicating lifesaving information over large areas before, during, and after emergency situations.
Mass Notification Solution based on the network of mobile carriers
The Genasys National Emergency Warning System can be deployed directly on multiple mobile carrier networks across SMS and CBC channels. This allows emergency communications personnel to send life-saving information to anyone, anywhere regardless of whether they’ve opted in to receive urgent notifications.
Messages can be delivered and managed through the Genasys cloud-based command console or mobile app. Dynamic maps, traffic information, weather forecasts, and sensors for earthquakes, flooding, landslides, fires, and other IoT capabilities are integrated into the app command console.
The powerful geo-location capabilities of NEWS allow designated emergency management officials to send hyper-specific instructions to people in different areas and monitor their evacuation progress.
100% of the mobile devices receive NEWS alerts and warnings, even the cellphones of tourists and visitors. No downloads, no configurations, no registrations, or opt-in necessary.
Deliver warnings and alerts only to at-risk populations using NEWS geo-location and geo-fencing. This is key to maximizing attention rate, as people tend to ignore notifications that do not immediately affect them.
With direct access to the mobile carriers, NEWS enables government officials and emergency managers to deliver local, regional or nationwide alerts, warnings and notifications quickly and reliably.
NEWS delivers notifications via SMS and CBC as well as other communication channels, including social media, radio, TV, mobile apps and LRAD® public safety mass notification speaker arrays.
Warning and information are just as important as food and water before, during, and after the occurrence of an emergency situation.
– Red Cross, World Disaster Report
Download the National Emergency Warning Systems Guide
Deliver urgent and life-saving communications to everyone who needs them
SMS & CBC
SMS and CBC channels include everyone in a crisis-affected area, including tourists and visitors
No app download or device configuration required to receive alerts
Maximum performance and prioritization of emergency traffic to prevent system overloads and delays
The more channels used the more likely everyone will receive the critical information they need
SMS, text, email, in-app messaging, social media
Audible channels: recorded voice calls, LRAD speaker arrays
Accessible for people with disabilities
Total Control & Speed
Manage messages and campaigns from a cloud-based command center or mobile app
Monitor population density and movements in real time
Track delivered messages and messages pending
National, regional or municipal system control
Deploy directly in multiple carrier networks
Support for CAP, WMS, SMPP, SNMP, SMTP and other protocols
Integrate across multiple communication channels, emergency agencies and data sources
Integrate with proprietary solutions through open APIs
In the aftermath of the deadly Black Saturday bushfires that claimed 173 lives in 2009, the Australian government worked with mobile telecom providers and SMS delivery companies to provide a national public warning system to help save lives during bushfires, flooding, severe weather and other crisis situations.
Since 2013, Genasys has partnered with Nokia to deliver more than 180 million SMS emergency notifications throughout Australia to help protect and save lives.
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How Genasys Meets EECC Technical Requirements
Genasys NEWS is The Complete Solution to Meet EECC Technical Requirements
Be prepared for the June 2022 EECC technical requirements deadline and for future EECC updates with the sophisticated, proven and comprehensive Genasys NEWS solution.
See how Genasys NEWS meets and exceeds the EECC technical requirements.