Integrated Alert and Warning System (IAWS)
During extreme hazards and major weather events, the communication resources of the various Federal and State information agencies are invariably overwhelmed by the public demand for accurate and timely information. This data and demand are 'regionalized' thus excluding access to locally affected users as well as distant interests. Another related problem is the translation of this information to a user-friendly product and making critical decisions in concert with emergency plans.
Early Alert's proprietary system, Integrated Alert and Warning System (IAWS), is our tool that allows us to rapidly notify your pre-determined recipients of an impending event that meets your criteria for broadcast. With it, we send in-advance, real-time incident alerts and digitized broadcast information to almost any communications device: pager, telephone, two-way radio, and more. We deliver the emergency alerts via text message, email, voice, IM, or website posting, to include all personnel, whatever their communication device and preferred method.
Early Alert, Inc.'s professional Emergency Management team, together with our Meteorology (MET) team, have designed a suite of our standard electronic reports which can be deployed to your management personnel, Emergency Management teams, and staff at all levels to notify them of impending, hazardous events, natural or man-made. Our standard IAWS products are these:
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Sample Customized Reports
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Global Tropical Cyclone Tracking
...CRISTOBAL EXPECTED TO MOVE RAPIDLY TOWARD THE NORTH ATLANTIC BETWEEN BERMUDA AND NOVA SCOTIA TODAY...
...TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS POSSIBLE LATE THIS AFTERNOON & TONIGHT ON THE ISLAND OF BERMUDA...
EP - Tropical Storm MARIE
...MARIE LIKELY TO BECOME POST-TROPICAL LATER TODAY...
...NO THREAT TO LAND...
- NOAA’s updated Atlantic hurricane season outlook calls for an increased chance of a below-normal season...
08/07/2014 in NWS/NHC
- Extended range forecast of Atlantic seasonal hurricane activity and landfall strike probability for 2014 (Updated July 1): "We continue to foresee a below-average 2014 Atlantic hurricane season."
07/01/2014 in Tropical Meteorology Project from Colorado State University (CSU)
- Early Alert Technologies, a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of Early Alert, Inc., launched their new "tornadoAlert" device.
12/01/2013 in Early Alert