wiki:BluePrint/CAPBroker/Myanmar

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BluePrint: Myanmar Specifications

Current SAMBRO Installation at DMH

Introduction

This is a SAMBRO specific deployment. SAMBRO is customized for the Myanmar context. The Department Meterorology and Hydrology (DMH) of the Ministry of Transport is leading the implementation in Myanmar. DMH is the authority for Meteorological, Hydrological, and Seismological event detection and warning. DMH will work with other agencies, listed in the table below, to facilitate the implementation of a Multi-Agency Situational-Awareness platform for improving their institutional responsiveness to coastal-hazards.

Stakeholders

The stakeholders listed will be involved in the implementation.

Organization Subscriber Publisher Administrator Roles and Responsibilities
Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) X X X * Monitor/detect and issues warnings on tropical cyclones, storm surges, floods, earthquakes and tsunamis
* Warnings are issued to the public through TV and Radio and alerts are shared with RRD
Relief and Resettlement Department (RRD) X X * Receive warnings from DMH
* Responsible for using the administrative network down to the village (actual name???) to relay the warnings to the households
Ministry of Health (MOH) X
Myanmar Red Cross Society X
Department of Agriculture X
Department of Irrigation X
General Administration Department X
Fire Service Department X
Myanmar Port Authority X
Myanmar Port and Telecommunication X
Fishing Department X

Implementation benefits and expect outcomes

  • Google Crisis Response hosted Google Alert Hub will be able to receive public alerts from Myanmar to disseminate through the Google products.

User Stories

Seismology

  • DMH Seismology Division issue warning and bulletins
    • warning are issued for probable tsunami events
    • bulletins for earthquake news;
  • Detection and monitoring is through:
    • DMH local network
    • USGS and other regional centers.
  • Tsunami warning are sent to Navy, Coast Guard, and 40 other Ministries and Departments
  • Technologies used for dissemination: FAX, telephone (voice), SMS, and SSB
  • No public warning system for sudden onset (Less than 30 minutes) tsunami's originating from the Andaman Sea. Currently awareness programs have trained people to react if they feel the earthquake and hear the sea roar;
    • possible solution is using Cell Broadcast CB for public with a mobile application that can be activated using a CB signal

Flood

Tropical Cyclone

Tsunami

Health

Relief and Rehabilitation

Maritime

Irrigation

Agriculture

Red Cross

TV and Radio

Requirements

  • Might want to have the Public page use Markers not Polygons?
  • What NEWS FEEDS do you want to see in the Home page?
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