Natural Disaster Communications
Video: Disaster Event Communications in the Philippines using Radiolert
Radiolert is an FM radio broadcast system that warns and instructs people about an immediate hazard, emergency or disaster, through their own un-modified FM radio receiver.
Communicating your timely spoken instructions will increase the awareness and responsiveness of people at risk and provide critical information needed to make life-saving decisions.
The Radiolert system can be used in any situation where it is critical to communicate urgent messages to people in need because it addresses the common communications gaps that exists, before, during and after a natural disaster or calamity.
It requires no additional terrestrial infrastructure – no comms lines, no cellular telephone towers, no external telecommunication systems, no internet.
RADIOLERT is designed as a failure-proof solution, specifically to provide reliable messages to citizens during Disasters and Emergencies. When other systems fail due to wind, rain or fire, RADIOLERT is designed to be fully operational to allow authorities to communicate with local communities easily and quickly.
Radio can reach listeners immediately with verbal messages, and is not restricted to limited text characters. Voice messages are over 6 times more impactful that text alone.
RADIOLERT BUILDS YOUR DISASTER RESILIENCE AND BUILDS BETTER COMMUNICATION DURING NATURAL DISASTERS.
INSTRUCTING PEOPLE DURING A NATURAL DISASTER
Imagine a natural disaster has occurred. You need to deliver life saving instructions to the people but the phone lines are congested and communication infrastructure has been knocked out. How will you communicate to those people in their moment of need?
INSTRUCT DRIVERS ON ROADWAYS FROM AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE
- Useful for any situation where driver's need instructions, from moving vehicles in front of an ambulance, to warning of hazards on the road.
- Radiolert can be installed in emergency vehicles.
- Instruct vehicles up to 200 meters in front of the emergency vehicle.
- Can broadcast on all radio stations simultaneously.