One System, Two Uses: Intrado Cell Broadcast Service


It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when it happened, but at some point in 2013, cell phones began to outnumber people in the United States. Sometime late this year, the number of mobile devices around the world is projected to surpass global population. Given this trend, the CTIA, FCC and FEMA initiated a joint effort to develop Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), a wireless version of emergency notification services. The valuable service was developed to increase public safety by capitalizing on this ubiquitous mode of modern communication. While wireless service providers carry no legal responsibility for participating in the program, they may face significant business implications for opting out. As more and more WEA messages are broadcasted around the country, customer retention could become a challenge for carriers that choose not to offer the service. For tier 1 carriers, WEA participation is an easy decision. Smaller carriers, however, may be challenged by the cost of required technology upgrades. Intrado Cell Broadcast Service (ICBS) allows tier 2 and tier 3 carriers to deliver lifesaving WEA messaging without expensive technology upgrades and provides a way to monetize their existing networks through the use of commercial cell broadcast messages.

Wireless Emergency Alerts

As with any new technology service, WEA comes with significant technology requirements. The service is dependent upon specific gateways that allow the emergency alerts to be disseminated by authorities to the wireless service providers and, ultimately, end-users. Within the WEA architecture, carriers are responsible for developing, testing and deploying the Commercial Mobile Service Provider (CMSP) Alert Gateway and Cell Broadcast Center (CBC) based upon standards adopted and provided by the WEA commission. As soon as a carrier communicates to the FCC their intent to participate in WEA, they must also attest to supporting and performing various functions at their gateway relative to connectivity, authentication and validation, security, geographic targeting and message management. For most tier 2 and 3 carriers, these requirements make participation in this service technologically and economically challenging. This is unfortunate because WEA messages have played a significant role in many recent emergency events, including the Colorado floods, a Connecticut tornado and a child abduction in Minneapolis. In each of these instances, cell phone users received specific unsolicited emergency information that provided warnings, instructions and descriptions that directly saved the lives of countless people. Clearly, this is an important service that every wireless carrier should consider offering to their customers.

Intrado Cell Broadcast Service (ICBS) was developed to make it easy and affordable for carriers of any size to broadcast important WEA messages. ICBS is a fully managed and hosted solution that enables wireless carriers to receive WEA emergency alerts aggregated and distributed by the Federal Alert Gateways while meeting all of the requirements of the FCC Warning, Alert and Response Network (WARN) Act. Emergency alerts are delivered over the Intrado network to a carrier’s cell sites located within a targeted geographic alert area. The carrier’s towers then broadcast the alerts to all WEA-enabled mobile handset that are being served by that tower at the time of the alert. With ICBS, carriers do not have to make significant network investments and are not responsible for any architecture testing or security. In this way, small regional carriers can provide their customers with the same emergency services offered by tier 1 carriers across the country.

Commercial Cell Broadcast Messages

In addition to the ability to deliver lifesaving WEA messages, ICBS allows carriers to monetize their network and drive revenue through the delivery of commercial cell broadcast messages. Using the same system designated for WEA messages, ICBS applies precision location technology to deliver a wide range of non-emergency messages to a geo-targeted audience. This is an exciting opportunity because it has broad applications that will allow carriers to recoup some of the cost of the WEA service.

ICBS for commercial purposes is an easy-to-use, fully hosted solution. The carrier simply provides Intrado with the content details and the geographic dimension—which cell towers to utilize. Intrado then audits the content for accuracy and sends out the messages over the carrier’s network based on the specifications governing the distribution of the content—when, where and who receives it.

The most obvious application for commercial ICBS is location-based mobile marketing—one of the hottest new trends in retail sales. In this scenario, wireless subscribers opt into the service as a way of receiving coupons, product information, sale notifications, etc. Carriers then charge content providers (such as a retailer or a restaurant) a set fee per message sent out to customers based on their geo-targeted location.

Beyond retail applications, this can be a valuable asset to small communities that want an easy way to disseminate local notifications or news items. School districts can use the service to announce school closings. The carrier itself can even utilize the solution to announce product updates or other information directed to its customers.

Connecting with Customers

As the world becomes more and more wirelessly connected, the role of mobile devices is expanding rapidly. We no longer think of a cell phone as a simple way to make a call. Today, it is a dynamic tool to send, receive and interact with relevant information. The Intrado Cell Broadcast Service allows wireless carriers of all sizes to take advantage of this shift in the marketplace. This important service provides carriers with an easy and affordable way to deliver both emergency and commercial messages to their customers without the need for costly network investments.

 Fonte: http://www.wirelessweek.com/blogs/2014/04/one-system-two-uses-intrado-cell-broadcast-service

Mobil Demokrasi 888 Yayın CELL


Mobil Demokrasi 888 Yayın CELL   

Akyazı Belediyesi kendi bölgesine ait asayiş, eğitim, sağlık, kültür-sanat gibi her türlü konuda kent sakinini 888 YayınCell Belediye Bilgi Kanalı ile bilgilendiriyor.
Akyazı Belediyesi, vatandaşa gönderilen hücre bilgi mesajları yoluyla kış aylarında dikkat edilmesi gereken konulardan, kentteki sosyo-kültürel etkinliklere, çevre konularından, trafik ve sağlık gibi başlıklara, nöbetçi eczanelerden, elektrik-su kesintilerine kadar kentle ilgili birçok önemli konu vatandaşlara ücretsiz ulaştırılmaktadır. Bu proje ile belediyeler, sosyal yaşam bilinci gelişmiş, kenti ile ilgili konularda duyarlı ve fikir verebilen bireyler ile yeni bir kentli kültürü oluşturulabilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.
Bu projeyle; belediyelerin kendi bölgelerine ait tüm hizmetlerini asayiş, eğitim, sağlık vb. tüm konuları cep telefonları aracılığı ile 888 Belediye yayın kanalından vatandaşlara ulaştırması; vatandaşın da yaşadığı bölgeyle ilgili istek ve önerilerinin cep telefonları ile yerel yönetime en hızlı şekilde iletebilmesi sağlanarak katılımcı bir kentli kültürünün oluşturulması hedefleniyor.
270 karakterlik yazılı mesaj bilgi hücresi olan 888 YayınCell Belediye Kanalı cep telefonu ayarları genellikle telefonun “Mesajlar” bölümündeki “Bilgi Mesajları” kısmından yapılmaktadır.Burada “Konu Ekle”ye basarak “Konu Numarası”na 888, “Konu Adı”na ise BLD yazmaları ve “Telefon Ayarları” bölümünden “Hücre Bilgi Ekranı”nı AÇIK konuma getirmeleri gerekmektedir. Kanal ayarlarını yapan vatandaşlar, kentiyle ilgili her türlü konuda gönderilecek yayınları ücretsiz olarak cep telefonlarından okuyabilecektir.
Akyazı Belediyesi, 888 YayınCell bilgi kanalı ile kendi bölgesine ait kent sakininin sosyal ve kültürel etkinlikler, çevre konuları, yol ve hava durumu, nöbetçi eczane, emlak ve çevre temizlik vergileri gibi bilgi edinebilme hakkının karşılanması hedefleniyor.
Belediye, yayın saatleri acil durumlar dışında 08:00 : 22:00 olan ve sadece kendi sınırları içinde yer alan baz istasyonlarıyla, günde en fazla 3 mesaj göndererek yayın yapmaktadır. Yayın içeriğinde herhangi bir partiyi, makamı, grubu ön plana çıkaran ve siyasal içerikli mesajlar taşımasına izin verilmeyen bu hizmet, sadece belediye mücavir alanı içinde gerçekleştirilmektedir.
Bu sosyal proje ile; vatandaşın kendi bölgesine ait her türlü konuda bilgi edinebilme hakkını ve yaşadığı çevreye ilişkin fikir ve önerilerinin referandum yoluyla alınarak sosyal belediyecilik anlayışına yeni bir bakış kazandırılıyor.
Bu sistemle, kent sakininin ulaşım, temizlik, sağlık, eğitim gibi kendi bölgesine ait her türlü konuda öneri ve fikirlerini 3870′e (1)SMS ücret karşılığında sunarak interaktif katılımcı olabilecekleri bir platform oluşturulması hedefleniyor. Yaşadığı bölge ile ilgili önerilerini vatandaşın belediyesine ulaştırması için; “dileğini yaz ve 3870′e gönder”

 

Fonte: http://www.akyazi.bel.tr/AltSayfa.aspx?ID=4248

Broadcast Message Center Alcatel – Lucent Wireless Emergency Alerting Solution


IMPLEMENTATION ALERT EMERGENCY SYSTEM IN CHILE


Civil Emergency Alert Services Association (CEASA) Announces Initiative To Launch Commercial Mobile Information Services (CMIS)


Program Will Provide Post-Event Recovery Information During the 2014 Hurricane Season

PR Newswire

ORLANDO, Fla., April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Civil Emergency Alert Services Association (CEASA) announced today that they will support the launch of a Commercial Mobile Information Services (CMIS) beta trial during the 2014 hurricane season. CMIS will use cell broadcast geo-targeting technology, which can send text messages to all smart devices and cell phones in specific locations.

The devastating and extended impact of Hurricane Sandy, as well as the likelihood of increased ‘superstorm’ activity in the Gulf and Mid-Atlantic states, has also raised interest by power companies and other utility providers for an ‘at-hand’ solution for improving customer relations during power outages.

Cell broadcast technology is currently used for Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) including National Weather Service (NWS) warnings and AMBER Alerts. It is supported by the FCC, FEMA, and the nation’s wireless carriers, but is currently limited to use by government agencies. The CMIS trial will allow access by FEMA-approved Collaborative Operating Groups (COG) for public safety-related announcements.

CEASA Group has secured use of the gateway middleware necessary to enable an end-to-end pilot solution by June 1, 2014.  The operational system is modeled after the successful trial of Cell Broadcast Short Messaging Services (CBSMS) conducted by the state of Florida in 2008. While it does not require additional technology or infrastructure investments, the trial will require FEMA to allow the mobile operators in federally-declared disaster locations the option to broadcast public safety advisory messages over the WEA alert and warning ‘channel’ for the duration of the beta pilot.  A detailed cost-benefit analysis will be conducted at the conclusion of the pilot to determine if the feature can produce commercially-sustained and ongoing revenue.

In a conference call with industry partners this morning, CEASA Executive Director D. D. Weiser said, “Our decade-long advocacy in the 2000′s led the FCC and FEMA to embrace cell broadcasting as an unparalleled technology to communicate with the public during emergencies. Today, with the infrastructure already in place and saving lives across the country, we are encouraging the nation’s wireless carriers to consider expanding the use of their resident cell broadcast functionality.”

About CEASA

CEASA is a global organization of emergency management and telecommunications professionals dedicated to the adaptation of emerging technologies for humanitarian applications. The organization, based in the United Kingdom, is recognized by the United Nations as an accredited Civil Information Society (CIS) and is supported by a network of chapters worldwide.

Additional information about the CMIS beta pilot and cell broadcast technology can be found at the organization’s website: www.ceasa.org.

SOURCE Civil Emergency Alert Services Association

eVigilo SMART Broadcast Saved Lives of Millions During Chilean Earthquake April 1st 2014


eVigilo, an Israeli company that develops population warning systems to many countries around the world, announced another achievement in its Chilean deployment, where millions of people in Chile’s coast-line have received Tsunami warnings and evacuated successfully from their homes.

eVigilo SMART for Governments disseminates the information across fix & mobile networks, radio, TV, sirens, billboards and Internet

Chilean Alert Project

We feel immense satisfaction to have contributed saving the lives of millions of people.

Santiago, Chile (PRWEB) April 07, 2014

April 1st, 2014 a 8.2 magnitude earthquake hit Chile, causing rise in sea level and Tsunami waves threatening the coast. Lives of millions were in danger.

Thanks to eVigilo SMART Broadcast, Chile’s emergency authority ONEMI has managed to send geo-targeted alerts and evacuation notices to millions of people within seconds.

eVigilo SMART solution sends the emergency broadcasts via a number of channels, including: Mobile phones (cell broadcast), Internet (push messages), emails, TV , radio, sirens, social networks and digital signs.

Chile’s president Michelle Bachelet has said in official statement: “The messages were sent on time”.

Following the 2010 earthquake that took the lives of more than 560 people, ONEMI has decided to deploy eVigilo SMART Broadcast, a fact that helped to reduce the death toll in the 2014 earthquake to 5.

eVigilo SMART Broadcast is core component of Chile’s “Alerta Temprana” project.

The main objective of eVigilo SMART Broadcast is to deliver geo-targeted cell broadcast messages within seconds to millions of people.

Ricardo Toro, head of Chile’s emergency authority has said: “This project allows the people to receive a message in a timely manner when they are in an affected area.”

eVigilo SMART Broadcast is the only cell broadcast system worldwide that warns millions of people in less than 20 seconds, thus notifies the population in case of earthquakes, Tsunamis and other imminent threats in timely manner.

eVigilo CEO Guy Weiss concluded: “ We feel immense satisfaction to have contributed saving the lives of millions of people”.

About SMART

eVigilo SMART (Scalable Messaging Application in Real-Time) is a modularized multi-channel alert and notification platform for alerting the population and closed groups across fix & mobile networks, TV, radio, sirens and Internet. Given its modularized architecture, SMART can be tailored according to the requirements of the specific customer. Customers can select different setups and functionalities subject to communication channel availability and sizing. SMART is available on various levels such as SMART for Governments, SMART for Municipalities and SMART for Enterprises.

About eVigilo

eVigilo is a pioneer in the field of multi-channel alert and notification systems. eVigilo’s population alert systems have been deployed worldwide delivering messages through a wide range of channels on national and regional scale. eVigilo is the only vendor worldwide whose national population alert solutions have been deployed by multiple countries around the globe. eVigilo is selected vendor of many governments, homeland security and rescue forces, municipalities, industry and public utilities.

For more information, please visit at: http://www.evigilo.net Telephone: +1 415 992 7068

email: info(at)evigilo(dot)net

Fonte: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/04/prweb11739147.htm

Sistema de Alerta de Emergencias


Sistema de Alerta de Emergencias

El Sistema de Alerta de Emergencias (SAE), es un sistema impulsado por el Gobierno de Chile cuya finalidad es advertir a los usuarios acerca de situaciones de emergencia que afecten a una comunidad. El aviso es enviado por la Oficina Nacional de Emergencias (ONEMI) a través de un mensaje especialmente diseñado para ser recibido por teléfonos móviles compatibles.

El sistema de alertas funciona de la siguiente forma:

Imagen

Revisa los manuales de implementación

  • Los equipos disponibles que soportan el servicio SAE deben cumplir con algunas características técnicas, tales como: el despliegue automático de la notificación del mensaje de alerta en la pantalla, una notificación sonora y vibración.
  • Los equipos Apple no son compatibles con este servicio, por lo tanto no podrás descargar el manual.

Más información sobre SAE

SAE es un sistema impulsado por el Gobierno de Chile cuya finalidad es advertir a los usuarios acerca de situaciones de emergencia que afecten a una comunidad. El aviso es enviado por la Oficina Nacional de Emergencias (ONEMI) a través de un mensaje especialmente diseñado para ser recibido por teléfonos móviles compatibles.

Esta alerta solo puede ser recibida en los equipos que cumplan con los requisitos técnicos definidos por la Subsecretaría de Telecomunicaciones (SUBTEL), de acuerdo a la Resolución Exenta N°3.261 de 2012 y sus posteriores modificaciones.

Para mayor información, ingresa a www.sae.gob.cl

Info: http://personas.entel.cl/PortalPersonas/appmanager/entelpcs/personas?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=P59800181771362510680555

Population Alert


Our patented technology makes UMS the world’s leading supplier of population alert system which delivers alerts via SMS, voice and other means of communication.

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What is UMS Population Alert System or PAS?

When terrorism, major events, natural or man-made disasters occur, the population is extremely exposed and vulnerable. In such situations, sending notifications to the population and getting information from them is of utmost importance to prevent lives being lost. Through targeted and informative warning messages, people have the opportunity to take their own precautions and measures to protect themselves and their relatives before, during and after the emergency situations.

UMS Population Alert system is designed to alert and communicate with residents, visitors and businesses in the affected area. The solution is an integrated system which takes into account all aspects of practical uses.

UMS Population Alert is based on modern day telecommunication: alerts are sent via both fixed and mobile telephone networks that can reach all households, businesses and visitors in a given geographical area.

The solution divides the alerts into two main areas:

1. Address Based alerts: Identifies and alerts all fixed and mobile telephones linked to addresses in a given geographical area.

2. Location based alerts: Identifies and alerts all mobile phones, including those of visitors and foreigners, in a given geographical area.

PAS provides detailed information on the affected area, for example the number of people who are in the area and their nationality. Emergency response centers can estimate and manage their own personnel on the basis of this information.

PAS monitors the response from recipients and presents a technical status in real time.

PAS is scalable and can be used for critical and non-critical events in both rural and urban areas. The solution is dynamic and has a rich set of features that makes it possible to customize alerts for different types of situations.

PAS is a secure solution that provides the highest level of uptime and reliability with extended authorization mechanisms to prevent unauthorized use and access to the system. UMS also has a patented technology that prevents network overload, in both the cellular and fixed line networks.

PAS can also be shared between the various collaborators involved in an emergency situation.

Areas of use:

• Information / Notification to the whole or a part of population BEFORE a disaster
• Information / Notification to the whole or a part of population DURING a disaster
• Information / Notification to the whole all or a part of population AFTER a disaster
• Evacuation of the whole or a part of population

What makes UMS the best provider of warning and alert systems?

• Patented technology
• Expertise in location-based alerts
• Notification and information has been our prime focus since 1997
• Provides supplies to all industries
• Full range supplier
• Knowledge
• 24/7 support
• Quality
• Service
• Technology

Our mission is to ensure that the population and the necessary personnel are notified as soon as possible in emergency situations. We believe that early warnings can save lives.


UMS – Leading provider of warning systems.

Learn more about UMS >>

Fonte: http://www.umsalert.com/population-alert

Mobilen rummer et skjult varslingssystem


Norsk It-firma tilbyder ny type massealarmeringer via mobiltelefoner. Systemet bliver allerede brugt af de norske myndigheder.

Når sirenerne pludselig lyder fra skoletage og tårne, skal alle mennesker gå inden døre og tænde for radioen.

Lydsignalet kan betyde, at miljøkatastrofer er under opsejling, at væltede tankbiler lækker giftige substanser, at industrivirksomheder taber kontrollen over udslip af gas eller radioaktive stoffer. Eller det kan betyde truende terrorangreb.

Det er lektien, vi lærte som børn, og som i dag kan repeteres i maj måned, når Beredskabsstyrelsen tester sit landsdækkende net af sirener. Egentlige bombeangreb, som var aktuelle, da netværket blev konstrueret, er ikke sandsynlige mere.

Men ikke alle mennesker er i nærheden af deres hjem, hvis ulykkerne er ude, og ikke alle har adgang til en radio.

Derimod har de allerfleste mennesker i dag en mobiltelefon. Det var utænkeligt, da nettet af sirener blev opbygget.

Skjulte kanaler på mobilen

Mobiltelefoner rummer kommunikationskanaler, som ingen bruger i dag, selv om de er udtænkt for længe siden af mobiltelefoniens fædre. For eksempel CB (Cell Broadcast), som Ingeniøren ved flere lejligheder har skrevet om.

Et norsk firma ved navn UMS (Unified Messaging Systems A/S) tilbyder nu et nationalt varslingssystem til danske myndigheder, baseret på CB. Blandt andet politiet er ved at undersøge systemet.

I Norge har offentlige myndigheder som den norske Beredskabsstyrelse og brandvæsenet taget systemet til sig. Desuden har norsk Røde Kors fundet det nyttigt til at varsle om eftersøgte børn, laviner samt ski- og klatreulykker.

Røde Kors kan bruge systemet til at alarmere både landsdækkende eller i begrænsede geografiske områder .

I Sverige har systemet fundet vej til energisektoren, hvor firmaet Vattenfall bruger det i forbindelse med strømsvigt.

Firmanavnet UMS er måske en smule vildledende, da begrebet Unified Messaging her i landet kendes som it-pakkeløsninger, der samler telefonsvarerbeskeder, fax og mails.

Men det er da også denne type produkter, firmaet oprindeligt har beskæftiget sig med.

UMS har imidlertid oprettet kontor i København og har indgået samarbejde med den internationale netværksleverandør Equant, som skal sikre den nødvendige kommunikationsstruktur til et varslingssystem døgnet rundt.

CB kanalen fungerer trods sammenbrud

Det vil være naturligt med en vis skepsis over for ideen med at benytte de mobile netværk i katastrofesituationer. Erfaringer fra f.eks. eksplosionsulykken i Seest viser, at det mobile netværk bliver overbelastet i løbet af meget kort tid, når der sker store ulykker.

Men det havde mobiltelefoniens fædre tænkt på.

Cell Broadcast kanalen findes i en særlig servicekanal, som bruges til at styre de mobile netværk, og som er væsentlig mere robust end kanalerne til den almindelige samtaletrafik.

UMS har udviklet et system, som kombineres med GIS-kort. Og ved hjælp af disse vil myndigheder være i stand til at alarmere via mobiltelefoner i både små og meget store geografiske områder.

Og det kan ske i løbet af få minutter. Langt hurtigere end det gamle system, hvor folk først skal høre sirenerne, tage stilling til, om det er alvor eller øvelse, og derpå finde hen, hvor der er en radio.

UMS-systemet bygger dog ikke kun på mobilnetværk. Også de almindelige telefonnet kan inddrages, og her igennem kan tilsvarende tusinder af mennesker alarmeres ved indtalte, digitaliserede beskeder, der transmitteres til alle.

På den måde kan en hel befolkning gøres opmærksom, hvis det er nødvendigt. Op til 1000 husstande per minut er muligt.

System kan bruges i afgrænsede områder

I de mere begrænsede tilfælde, som for eksempel hvis et barn er blevet væk eller hvis det brænder, kan systemet alarmere i et afgrænset nabolag.

Og systemet er i stand til at registrere, hvem der ikke har taget telefonen og modtaget en eventuel livsvigtig besked.

Så kan de menneskelige ressourcer sættes ind de rette steder uden tidsspild.

I forening med GIS-systemet kan der indhentes vejr-informationer eller -prognoser for det pågældende område, og der kan fra systemets central oprettes konferenceopkald mellem grupper af personer.

Her skal man huske, at dette måske ikke kan lade sig gøre via mobilnettet i et regulært katastrofeområde, men i forbindelse med et forsvundet barn kan det være nyttigt.

Brugen af mobiltelefoner til alarmering kræver imidlertid, at telefonerne er indstillet til at modtage Cell Broadcast.

Og det er de fleste telefoner af en eller anden grund ikke fra fabrikken. Funktionen skal vælges fra en af telefonens menuer.

Men ifølge UMS kan CB-funktionen slås til fra centralerne, og så kan det pludselig bruges til noget.

Fonte: http://ing.dk/artikel/mobilen-rummer-et-skjult-varslingssystem-64137

Mobile phone alerts for major emergencies to be tested in Glasgow


A system of mobile phone alerts used to warn members of the public about major emergencies has been tested in Glasgow.

The city is the second location, from a total of three, in the UK to pilot messaging that would allow the public to be updated on natural disasters, terror attacks or large-scale accidents.

As part of a series of tests being carried out by the Cabinet Office, Glasgow City Council sent messages to O2 customers in a defined area in the city centre using location-based SMS technology.

Three messages were sent over several hours on Thursday afternoon. The message made clear the texts were part of a trial.

Annemarie O’Donnell, executive director of corporate services at Glasgow City Council, said: “The council has a legal duty to have systems in place to allow us to communicate with people in the city in the event of an emergency.

“We already have many different methods of communication, including the council’s Twitter feed, which has more than 35,000 followers.

“However, being able to send messages directly to mobile phones in a specific geographic area would be an added bonus and would allow us to communicate with large numbers of people, including those who may only be passing through the city.

“Ensuring that people receive timely, accurate information in the event of an emergency plays a crucial role in helping councils and the emergency services deal with an incident.”

Billy Darcy, public sector managing director at O2, said: “We believe mobile technology can play a vital and effective role in the simultaneous mass communication of emergency messages to the public, should the need ever arise.

“We look forward to assessing the results of the trial, once it is completed, and agreeing the next steps with the government.”

The pilot in Easingwold in North Yorkshire took place on September 18 and the third is planned for Wednesday November 20 in Leiston in Suffolk.

More than 50,000 people are expected to be involved across all three locations to assess how well the technology works and how the public reacts to it.

Fonte: http://news.stv.tv/west-central/241782-mobile-phone-alerts-for-major-emergencies-to-be-tested-in-glasgow/

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