E3S Web Conf.
Volume 331, 2021International Conference on Disaster Mitigation and Management (ICDMM 2021)
|Number of page(s)
|Tsunami and Seismic Engineering
|13 December 2021
Accelerating information of tsunami disaster using early warning system (EWS) Devices: smart solution for communication, navigation and surveillance due to tidal sea level
1 Doctoral Student of Civil Engineering Department, ITS Surabaya.
2 Professor of Civil Engineering Department, ITS Surabaya
3 Professor of Geomatics Engineering Department, ITS Surabaya
4 Dean and Doctor of Engineering Faculty Gaza University
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oneof the important aspects in reducing Tsunami Risk is understanding Natural Hazards. The loss of INA TEWS equipment worth hundreds of billions of rupiah and the occurrence of the Tsunami in Aceh and other parts of Indonesia are warnings that our society needs the help of effective early warning tools at affordable prices. Using this device will make it easier for the community to monitor natural events from the field and reduce disaster risk. Currently the government has purchased hundreds of units of JRC-UNESCO products, namely IDSL (Inexpensive Device for Sea Level), but this device takes 21 minutes of information to reach the community. Therefore, a new device that has been prepared is needed. (FIDELA EARLY WARNING SYSTEM/FEWS) is a tool that involves the Equipment sector, Operations sector and Community sector. The results shows that this device is that the time for sending information to the public is only 5 minutes.
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