News And Media
The mass media provide news for the general public and target audiences such as print newspapers, news magazines, radio, television and online newspapers and news blogs.
EOSDA allows to solve tasks related to providing information for representatives of television companies, news agencies and web service providers.
Monitoring of Emergencies
The media work closely cooperate with the rescue services and humanitarian organizations, which actively circulate information in the event of an emergency.
To respond efficiently in an emergency and be able to inform the public of what is happening, quick and convenient access to accurate and up-to-date information is essential.
Using high-resolution satellite imagery, it is possible to obtain vital information required to prepare for emergencies, assess damage and manage clear-up operations.
EOSDA’s functionality enables the media to provide immediate information on the following:
Detection and monitoring of forest fires
Forecasting and assessment of landslides
Forecasting of tsunamis
Forecasting of extreme waves
Earthquake damage assessment
Assessment and monitoring of volcanic activity
Precise imaging of high-risk zones
Forecasting and assessment of subsidence
Also using this data, the media can spend less time on collecting, processing and analysing information and more time on informing the public.
Efficient Use of Information
The main job of the media is to provide prompt and accurate information about existing or potential man-made and natural disasters to minimize danger to human life.
Efficient use of information enables the media to inform the public about:
- evacuation planning
- emergency aid planning
- relief operations