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Intersec embraces the UN “Early Warnings for All” Initiative and recalls the importance of an integrated approach 

Intersec embraces the UN “Early Warnings for All” Initiative and recalls the importance of an integrated approach 

The United Nations’ Action Plan  Today, “one-third of the world’s people, mainly in least developed countries and small island developing states, are still not covered by early warning systems... This is unacceptable”, said Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General.  

[E-book] Population warning systems

Public alerts and emergency alerts are official communications to the public in the event of major risks to life and safety. Find out how Intersec can help you provide statistics on the scope of an alert and orchestrate it through various complementary channels and more...

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[Whitepaper] Using mobile technologies in public alerting

The EECC made Public Warning Systems using telecommunication networks mandatory by June 2022 for all member states. The alerts must be sent to the public’s mobile phones to inform what’s happening and how to stay safe. It is a topic that goes beyond Europe and concerns all citizens worldwide, and of course, it is up to the mobile carriers to roll out a suitable platform... 

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[Webinar] The future of public warning systems

In this webinar, our speakers talk about public alerting solutions in a European context and discuss how today's and tomorrow's technologies - Galileo, IoT, 5G... - will help alleviate the burden of crises. They will naturally touch on EU regulatory requirements, political cooperation, and technological sovereignty.

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[Whitepaper] Public warning systems

Did you know that the number of mobile subscriptions now significantly exceeds the number of people on the planet? To reach close to 100% of your population, you should focus your energy on mobile alerts.

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[Infographics] Which public alerting technologies to use when facing an emergency?

By June 2022, public authorities in all EU Member States must be able to send alerts to people’s phones in a determined area.Two technologies make it possible to reach everyone present in a specific area on their mobile phones and thus comply with EU legislation: Cell Broadcast andLocation-Based SMS.

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