FAQs and Answers about Danger
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You might already know who we are and which industry we operate in. If not, feel free to read the first part of this article, focusing on FAQs and Some Very Basic Answers. With only this little information, you can easily guess that our priority is to inform and protect the inhabitants of planet Earth from any danger. Anywhere and anytime.
Be it the unpredictable character of Mother Nature, the anthropogenic dangers existing in various industries or man himself. We have a solution for each of the above. Every solution offered by Telegrafia aims to give the person in danger at least a few seconds for the necessary response, preventing them from fatal consequences. Whatever these may be, our tailor-made solutions are designed to alert anyone anytime, no matter where they are.
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So, we choose five of our solutions that our readers and potential customers frequently ask about:
1. What is a national warning system?
Countries build public warning systems to protect their populations against so-called general threats. These mainly include threats from natural disasters, industrial accidents and, regarding the current world situation, threats of terrorist and military attacks.
Despite the existence and use of various forms of warning message delivery to the population in danger, such as television, radio, or mobile phones, public warning systems based on electronic sirens and communication infrastructure represent the most reliable and efficient public mass warning in endangered areas.
2. What is a flood warning system?
Modern flood warning systems help to protect lives by giving early warning in high-risk areas, such as areas around rivers and other water bodies. Such a warning system is made up of electronic sirens, thanks to which information about the approaching danger reaches the inhabitants immediately.
The sirens are connected to a central monitoring system (e.g. the Vektra® software) equipped with installed sensors, sending a threat signal automatically or after manual activation. The signal input activates the warning system straightaway.
3. What is a dam warning system?
An autonomous safety system for dams and hydroelectric plants consists of a warning system, sirens and a control centre, a notification system designed to send text or voice messages to the designated people, and a monitoring system, including diverse types of sensors and control units.
The main task of the autonomous dam warning system is to ensure early warning and notification of the population. Suppose the control system interprets signals from the monitoring system as critical. In that case, it immediately displays the data on a monitor and notifies the operator by sending an acoustic signal from the local siren. Unless the operator actively intervenes in the process, it automatically activates the entire warning system installed in the endangered area in five minutes.
4. What is a tsunami warning system?
A tsunami early warning and notification system combines a forecasting and monitoring subsystem with sensors and an acoustic warning subsystem of electronic sirens. Tsunami early warning and notification systems are viral in regions with a high tsunami risk as they can significantly eliminate casualties.
5. What is an earthquake warning system?
An earthquake warning system warns the population of an expected earthquake. At the heart of the system are reliable seismic sensors that detect all slight vibrations. There are only a few seconds or minutes left for people to seek escape and assistance afterwards, so the warning tone must sound straightaway.
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