Opencode iCell Broadcast & eXpander - employing an early warning system with outstanding reach
A civilian or a military early warning system is a communication channel through which various local, regional, or national officials can communicate messages to segments of the society to inform them of approaching danger or emergency.
Implementing an early warning system is not at all something revolutionary new. In fact, a prototype of an early warning system was first demonstrated in Paris in 1997, while the technology gained increasing interest from governments after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.
Since then, tens and hundreds of governments from all over the world are striving to implement, renew, and modernize the local early warning system, in order to guarantee the swift and dependable disaster management protocol of their country.
So - how does the Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system operate, what is its potential reach with the special iCell Broadcast eXpander, and how does it guarantee long-term impeccable function? Find out in the following paragraphs.
What is an early warning system used for?
The case studies of utilizing a steadfast early warning system are potentially unlimited. Country governments and ministries of internal affairs can use the Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system during various events, such as:
- Early warning system for expected or ongoing weather emergencies, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, floods, or severe temperature disruptions;
- Early warning system for foreseeable or current geological disasters, such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, or massive landslides;
- Early warning system for medical emergencies, such as epidemic or pandemic outbreaks, infectious disease spread, or quarantine measures;
- Early warning system for industrial accidents, such as air or water contamination, nuclear disasters, or stock poisoning;
- Early warning system for military and terrorist attacks - in both peaceful times and times of armed conflicts.
An early warning system can serve to give information, instructions, or guidance for all citizens or the citizens of a chosen region. Doing so, an early warning system can result in adequate disaster behavior, significantly improved safety levels, and even life-saving precautions guided by the government officials.
Put shortly, a reliable early warning system can provide inclusion, administration, and prolonged reaction time for endangered populations, thus saving lives.
How does an early warning system operate: the basics
Essentially, the early warning system is a cell broadcasting technology devised to deliver rapid messaging to all mobile devices based in or currently entering a particular geographical region.
Early warning system messages are broadcasted to the radio infrastructure - they bypass the core and get directed straight to selected cells, thus being able to notify millions of mobile users for approaching danger in just a matter of seconds.
Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system is developed and functions under several standardized emergency alert services engaged throughout the globe. These include CMAS, EU-Alert, ETWS, WEA. Also, our early warning system supports the Automatic terminal information service (ATIS), as well as the XML-based Common Alerting Protocol (CAP).
Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system is compatible with all networks and handheld devices, thus producing no exclusion of citizen groups when delivering vital disaster management information. All that being said, the Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system bestows a last-generation, intelligent, and trustworthy solution for managing an ongoing crisis all around the globe.
What is the standard reach of the Opencode iCell early warning system?
Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system delivers messaging through the MNO - the conventional cell broadcast channel of the mobile network operators, also known as wireless communications services.
Generally, the communication path of a unified early warning system starts from a system managing device, goes from a cell broadcasting system to the radio infrastructure (BSC/RNC/MME/AMF) of the mobile operators, and then heads to a set of predetermined locations.
The messages sent out by an early warning system are very similar to flash SMS messages - they may include up to 1395 characters written in Chinese, Arabic, Latin, Cyrillic, and Devanagari symbols, while additional early warning system languages can also be implemented for our clients on demand.
How does the iCell Broadcast eXpander broaden the early warning system reach?
When implementing the iCell Broadcast eXpander, added to the the Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system, the emergency alerts distributed by authorities can be issued over a set of extra channels, such as:
- Direct SMS;
- Public digital signages;
- Social networks, and more.
The path of the multichannel early warning system support includes mobile base stations, SMS centers, Radio, TV and Mobile Apps, as well as transport and infrastructure agencies.
As an ultimate result, the boosted early warning system provides an outstanding reach. It becomes easily noticeable by the general public, even if some members of society do not currently own, use, or have immediate access to a handheld mobile device.
Learn all about our early warning system, straight from the source
The early warning system of Opencode manages various additional extras and management options. Our variable early warning system communication parameters include message ID, SN, cell IDs, repetition interval and rates, coding scheme, content type, splitting, priority, and many others.
To discover, examine, and understand more in-depth technical specifications of the Opencode iCell Broadcast early warning system, you can keep exploring our business website, download some of our commercial brochures, or simply reach out to our team and let us discuss your particular case.
Our devoted team of over professional 200 engineers is currently assisting with early warning system and new generation core network technologies in over 50 countries worldwide. Some of our governmental and telecommunication clients' locations include countries like the USA, Canada, Greece, Vietnam, Germany, and tens of others.
We would be more than happy to make you part of our next early warning system success story, and we will do our best to provide you with all the valuable info on our early warning system you might need to make a thoroughly informed decision.