QuakeShare is a smartphone application feeding into a collaborative service platform for preparedness, early warning dissemination and relief assistance effort optimisation after an earthquake.
It is composed of two key tools:
It adapts to an organisation’s profile and needs : its size, distribution to one or more sites, number of staff, stationary or mobile, level of preparedness to the risk, magnitude if the crisis.
QuakeShare, is unique in its global earthquake approach. The application:
QuakeShare is unique in its global approach, taking into account alert, crisis response, reconstruction and preparedness.
The solution is based on smartphone and web development, combined with space technologies. In a crisis, satellite images will efficiently extend information from sensors and people on the ground. Precise geolocations and timestamps will be extremely valuable to dispatch early warning information and to extract buried people.
For the relief assistance, we will provide detailed operational maps, with real-time evaluation of infrastructures and networks. Coupled with augmented reality, it will enable to guide disaster relief assistance teams efficiently and to access victims quickly. Lives will be saved.
CynSIS wants to create the biggest information network of proactive seismic and human sensors through the use of smartphones, and on a 3-year horizon, with smart network objects.
QuakeShare from CynSIS is born following the participation of its founder, Pierre-Marie Sarant, into a scientific mission organised by the “Association Française du génie parasismique” (AFPS). The aim was to collect lessons learned one week after the L'Aquila earthquake in Italy in March 2009.
QuakeShare is winner of the Galileo Master 2011 for the Nice Sophia Antipolis region and Finalist IoT M2M World Innovation 2015.