Alerts will be received on the phone for earthquakes, floods and tsunami, this technology will save lives


Technological news desk – Today these cases are coming to light in many places where people are being killed on a large scale due to natural calamities. In such a situation, the first thought that comes to our mind is that if there was advance information about such sudden disasters, then probably the lives of so many people could have been saved. How about we say that soon mobile users will get information about disasters like earthquakes, floods and tsunamis in advance through sirens or alerts?

I can not believe? In fact, the UK government has announced the launch of a new emergency alert service for its citizens. In such a situation, the government has announced that siren-like alerts will be sent out to mobile phone users across the UK next month. This will be part of the test in a public warning system to prevent deadly events such as earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, and forest fires. The UK Wide Alert test will take place on the afternoon of Sunday 23 April. In this test, mobile phone users will receive a message.

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The new emergency alert will be used only in those areas where there is a threat to people’s lives on a large scale. In such a situation, people may not receive any alert for months or years. There is a possibility that Terror Alert will also be added to the event list. It has not been added to the list yet. In this, mobile users will receive alerts on the phone to deal with dangers ranging from floods to forest fires.

Facilities will be available at these locations.
Emergency Alert will be used in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and will focus on the most severe weather events, including severe flooding in England, alerting people in advance.

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