Reach international mobile populations on a company, regional or whole country scale. Alert residents, travelers, and visitors based on their proximity to risks or events. Population Alerting is a multi-hazard, multi-channel, scalable platform which can be used by disaster management agencies or by private entities to reduce disaster risk by timely dissemination of accurate information.
Everbridge Population Alerting has been trusted and deployed by more national governments across the world than any other solution, including Sweden, Singapore, the Netherlands, Iceland, Greece, Cambodia, and the coastal states in India.
Use the location based alerting capabilities of Population Alerting to warn citizens traveling to, or currently visiting, countries or regions where an incident has occurred with two-way SMS messages to confirm people’s safety and help them locate:
Embassies • Emergency Shelters • Red Cross • Local Authorities
Everbridge Population Alerting leverages existing telecom infrastructure to reach everyone within a geographic area to:
Address-based and group alerting are available in order to distribute messages using geo-coded national address registers or address registers of companies, as well as for first responders and emergency preparedness organizations to manage one- and two-way communication. Population Alerting notifications through:
Location based SMS • Cell broadcast • Mobile push notifications • SMS • Voice • Email • CAP compliant for: Sirens; TV; Radio; Electronic Display Boards
Designed for ease of use and speed, Population Alerting includes:
Flexible deployment model:
Residents and visitors in Sweden are now able to receive SMS notifications on their mobile phones if they reside within an area where sudden events such as fire, extreme weather or a terror attack occur. All mobile operators in Sweden can now send location-based SMS alerts provided by Everbridge with an “Important Message to the Public” from SOS Alarm, the system operator.read more
Governments have a responsibility to take care of all people within its borders, and some of those most vulnerable populations are those who do not speak the native language, like immigrants and tourists. We can do better than cell broadcast technology, and it seems to me, that technology already exists.read more