Sabtu, 12 Maret 2011

Disaster Early Warning System

Disaster Early Warning System is a comprehensive system that includes two main components, namely:

* Upstream, the mechanism of data collection equipment placed on the ground, sending data to the central data processing, data analysis and process information, to the delivery of early warning to the authorities and the whole community. Upstream activities is very full of technology, ranging from monitoring earthquakes, sea level, telecommunication systems, transmission and processing of data, information and communication systems;
* Downstream, another part of the Disaster Early Warning System, which govern how the delivery of this early warning to local authorities and communities, how the relationship between central and local governments in the delivery of early warning and how the readiness of all parties, both at the center, in the region and in the community in following up this early warning. Coverage of these downstream activities ranging from mitigation, preparedness, and responsiveness and capacity building (institutions, communities, and individuals) in responding to disaster early warning in accordance with the procedure Fixed Early Warning System to the readiness of the community itself in response to the system.

Disaster Early Warning System has the following components:
* Earthquake Monitoring
* Oceanographic Monitoring
* Tsunami Modeling
* Deformation Monitoring crustal
* Information and Communication Technology
* Community Preparedness
* Capacity Building
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