Reaching Out

The world is experiencing unpredictable catastrophes like the typhoon in the Philippines, flooding in Pakistan and volcanic ash clouds from Iceland. In any catastrophe, it is important for the relevant authorities to send out information, as well as for the victims to get facts and guidance.

Mobile phones are today readily available in any country and can be harnessed as effective tools for communication.

Specific messages can be sent to people in a specific geographical location, providing them with precise warnings, guidance and even advice after the disaster has occurred.