Hey earthquake system from Google is a free service who detects tremors around the world via smartphones, before an earthquake begins.
In Chile, users of the platform receive a security focus through their cell phones, including previous magnitude and epicenter location earthquake
This is a collaboration between ShakeAlert® and Google, who use the network seismic sensors to detect terrestrial movement and analyze information about their website to target users directly.
According to information provided by Google on smartphones, when an earthquake is detected near the user’s location, sharp will be received with an initial estimate of size and distancenear their movements 4.5 or higher.
It is necessary to consider the following;
Android devices have the option to activate the earthquake arc as follows:
According to information from the National Seismological Center of the University of Chile, “no government or government capable of preaching successfully recurrence or date on which an earthquake may occur. But educated people are trained to deal with issues related to risk and risk movements.
In the case of Google, it manages to get closer thanks to the collaboration with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the California Chief of Emergency Services (Col. OES) to send the highest earthquakes, with ShakeAlert® technology, directly to Android devices in California.
Cell phones should be contained tiny accelerometers to detect vibrations and speedHe nodded, indicating that an earthquake might occur.
If the phone detects something it thinks could be an earthquake, it sends a signal to the earthquake detection server with the nearest location where the tremor occurred.