Latest Emergency Alert System Stories
Bringing life-threatening alerts immediately to Canadians to help them prepare for emergencies OAKVILLE, ON, March 31, 2015 /CNW/ - Disaster can strike with little to no notice
LINCOLN, Ill., March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has granted a one-time waiver of their Emergency Alert System (EAS) rules for the use a "live"
The Internet alert program, “iOref”, budgeted at US $4M, will allow the sending of population alerts via eVigilo’s SMART system to millions of Smartphones and PCs, in real-time.
In keeping with its 30+ year tradition of providing innovative and highly distributed messaging solutions, CommPower secured an important win for its latest iNOTiFY alert/warning notification
X-Factor’s Mass Notifications system now includes Mobile Alert Agent Native Applications allowing for instant alert messaging with response features to a range of mobile and fixed receivers.
On June 8th, more than 3,000 runners, including 1,350 elementary and middle school girls, their parents, friends and family will participate gather in Buffalo, NY for the annual Girls on the Run
On Sunday, June 8, more than 1,000 elementary school girls, their parents, friends and family will participate in a 5K for girls in Steuben and Chemung counties.
On Sunday, June 1st, more than 1,500 elementary and middle school girls, their parents, friends and family will participate in Spring Girls on the Run 5K in Flemington, NJ.
Hyper-Reach is donating emergency alert services for the Girls on the Run 5K, in Huntersville, NC on Saturday, May 3.
Emergency alert systems are not geared to send alerts to out-of-town visitors to events such as marathons, community festivals and other large group gatherings.
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