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BluePrint: Philippines Specifications
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This is a SAMBRO specific deployment. SAMBRO is customized for the Philippine context. The Philippines Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astrological Services Administration(PAGASA) is the principal implementer working in partnership with the Philippines Volcanology and Seismology (PHILVOLCS) and the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC). At the outset PAGASA will lead the implementation and host the SAMBRO multi-agency situational-awareness system.
Primary implementation partners
- Philippines Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astrological Services Administration (PAGASA)
- Philippines Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS)
- National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)
Other relevant partners
Google Crisis Response and PAGASA have set the stepping stone with the first CAP implementation in the Philippines. PAGASA is now able to publish Typhoon alerts. CAP-on-a-Map considers an all-hazard all-media approach with the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) as the interoperable content standard for exchanging life saving information. The Sahana Alerting and Messaging Broker (SAMBRO), with CAP at the helm, is designed to improve efficiency gains and effectiveness in sharing crisis information. This is added positive aspect to PAGASA.
PHIVOLCS has a number of program relating to disaster risk reduction going on. SAMBRO would help PHIVOLCS reach its goal to enhance the capabilities of disaster management authorities and related organizations to respond to earthquake and volcano disasters.
NDRRMC has been an important organisation to manage and coordinate the information dissemination. SAMBRO would dilute the existing complexities by applying CAP information interchange standard as the mediator. SAMBRO's automation would remove the apparent delays and uncertainties resulting from the inter-dependencies.
The Coastguard and the Maritime response team can be benefited as this system helps them to carry a thorough search and rescue services because of support of different technologies (VHF Radio) in the SAMBRO.
Emergency medicine and public health cuts a cross emergency situations. In all events where there are casualty and illness cases emergency medicine is inevitable. Philippines health services can be benefited by the CAP-enabled SAMBRO implementation. Alerting over the SAMBRO MASA platform allows them to integrate sharing messages across boarders as well as with ports authorities; and hence to convey reliable and accurate information.
Philippines Disaster Recover Foundation interest to develop an integrated way to share situational-awareness information for improving the response and inter-agency coordination can be made possible through CAP enable SAMBRO MASA.
System shall be able to integrate CAP feeds for the media system; implement RSS feeds to the CAP messages. These RSS feeds shall be interoperable between different available systems like Radio/TV, Telephone Company and different web services.
The distinguished requirement of CAP is that the system should be able to support for multiple message type according to the level of Urgency, Certainty and Severity. The system shall be able to distinguish between through message priority categorization.
The system shall also support the SMS messaging service to alert the targeted audience about the possible hazard and at the time of managing those hazards.
In order to support different hazard alert and multiple messaging type according to Urgency, Certainty and Severity and different geographical location, system requires different GIS Data Layers to visualize those in the maps.
Evacuation Plans - prepared and rehearsed well in advance of the threat.
- The wireframe built using Python and Eden frameworks. The code is here. Anyone can use this as the basis to continue the CAP Broker developments.
- This ticket contains some of the screen shots and initial GUI layouts with some descriptions.
- Mobile phone based delivery methods:
- Procedures and plans