SEPTIER EMERGENCY ALERTING SYSTEM
Septier’s Emergency Alerting System (SEAS) is a mass distribution medium of local information to mobile subscribers via cell broadcast. To promptly disseminate alerts to as many people as possible, the SEAS can send a consistent alert message through mobile communications. It can also send messages based on geographic criteria – i.e. in impacted areas only.
By using standard interfaces based on CAP, SEAS can also send a consistent alert message through multiple communication channels such as radio, television, land-line telephone connections, internet, sirens, and private networks.
- Immediate/Scheduled Distribution – Allows messages to be sent out immediately or on a pre-programmed timetable, based on operational need
- Multi-Language – Supports multi-language messages for areas with several official languages and/or a large tourist presence
- Secure & Reliable – Highly protected from unauthorized access, data loss, data manipulations and supports security audits
- Scalability – The system is modular and expandable, supporting higher system capacity and input sources to support and include new services
- High Availability – SEAS is designed to provide continuous service and be available 24/7.
- The System offers several options of redundancy from local redundant components to topological redundancy.
- Customizable – The system is easily integrated into existing network environments and operational workflows
- Telecom-Grade System – Septier solutions reside on carrier-grade platforms, including industry-leading signaling and middleware
- User-Friendly – Septier offers a simple, easy to understand Web-based portal which provides a clear overview of the system and the data it utilizes