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Very impressive web site! But cannot get the data, except for NASA JPL Near Earth Object Tables (http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/)

This is an example of federation of multiple, distributed data sets (SOA or WOA). I would like to see it as a dashboard like I have done previously for the NCOIC-NGA Demonstration.

IN PROCESS

Looks like they’re writing KML for a mash-up with Google Earth.  Building a KML server for a Google mash-up is fairly easy.  We had one running for my other project until the visualization moved to the high-side.  We used the Google Earth desktop app, rather than a web app, to provide more flexibility.  I believe we still have the web service that fed Google Earth running at SMSi, but I haven’t used it for a few months. The workflow is: Ingest the text and categorize (using something like LSI) – this creates the category icon; Send the text through Google’s geo-code API (note, some text does not contain any geo-code references); Convert the text and geo-codes to KML; Put the KML on a server; and Set-up Google Earth to subscribe to the service holding that KML.

RSOE EDIS Datasets

Current Emergencies

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Note: Clicking on Details in the Popup and Upd. and Details columns in the table below takes one to the screens below.

Earthquake Valle Orsara Italy

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Epidemic Hazard: State of Maryland

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Short Time Events

See above

Long Time or Rolling Event(s)

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Mass Death of Animals

See above

Tsunami Information

See above

Earthquake (s)

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Volcano Activity Report (Last 30 days)

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Active Tropical Storm System (s)

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Supervolcanoes Monitoring System

See above

Earth Approaching Object (objects that are Known in the next 30 days)

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Source: http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

Close-Approach Tables

Custom tables (updated daily) showing future and past NEO close-approach data, including uncertainties, are available at the link above. More information about the uncertainties used in these tables is available.

Also, a list of historic comet close approaches prior to 2006 is available here.

RSOE EDIS

Source: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/

About

Source: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/read/in...id=about_index

Dear Visitors,

Let me introduce our services. The Hungarian National Association of Radio Distress-Signalling and Infocommunications (RSOE) operates Emergency and Disaster Information Service (EDIS) within the frame of its own website which has the objective to monitor and document all the events on the Earth which may cause disaster or emergency. Our service is using the speed and the data spectrum of the internet to gather information. We are monitoring and processing several foreign organisation's data to get quick and certified information.

The EDIS website operated together by the General-Directorate of National Disaster Management (OKF) and RSOE, in co-operation with the Crisis Management Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, provides useful information regarding emergency situations and their prevention. Extraordinary events happening in Hungary, Europe and other areas of the World are being monitored in 24 hours per day. All events processed by RSOE EDIS are displayed near real time - for the sake of international compatibility - according to the CAP protocol on a secure website (https://hisz.rsoe.hu). To ensure clear transparency all events are categorized separately in the RSS,XML, CAP directory (e.g. earthquake, fire, flood, landslide, nuclear event, tornado, vulcano). RSOE EDIS also contributes in dissemination of the CAP protocol in Hungary.

Beside the official information, with the help of special programs nearly 9-1000 internet press publications will be monitored and the publication containing predefined keywords will be processed. However, these "news" cannot be considered as official and reliable information, but many times we have learnt critical information from the internet press. We are screening the incoming information and storing in a central database sorted by category.

Zsolt Boszormenyi - Head of RSOE EDIS
The site developer and manager:
Zsolt Böszörményi
Head of RSOE EDIS
zsolt.boszormenyi@rsoe.hu

 

 

 

RSOE Website

Source: http://www.rsoe.hu/index.php?lang=en

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National Association of Radio Distress-Signalling and Infocommunications | 1089 Budapest, Elnök u. 1. | Phone:             +36 1 303-0168      , Fax: +36 1 477-0549

 





 
>> Our mission

RSOE is committed to give rise to the information society therefore it does its best to make the technological innovations widespread public. It safeguards and fears for the natural and built environment, and in order to protect it RSOE uses the most modern technologies, the help of the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) and the geographic information system (GIS), especially in the field of inland navigation and disaster management.
The Association also through its proposals and projects supports the European integration and cohesion, in terms of the principles of regionality, partnership and transparency. RSOE develops and keeps a wide spectrum of European and international relations, presenting the Hungarian innovation.

>> Introduction of RSOE

The National Association of Radio Distress-Signalling and Infocommunications looks back to a 30-year-old past. Currently, as a prominently public benefit organization, the Association in cooperation particularly with governmental administrations, or rather with organizations which the latter have control over do those activities, with that according to the relating regulations and agreements it constantly supports the work of the governmental sphere. Besides this the Association pays accentuated attention to the tasks of Hungary steamed from its EU membership, therefore RSOE with its international partners constantly takes part in different national and other projects co-financed by the EU.

Main professional areas of the Association’s activity:

1. Operation and development of river information services in Hungary (www.pannonris.hu)
By virtue of the contract made with the National Transport Authority RIS in Hungary is provided by the RSOE. About the available river information services in Hungary more information can be found on the above mentioned website.

2. Operation and development of information and emergency systems
To ensure the order and safety on national waters RSOE operates different information and emergency systems on the Danube, Tisza and Balaton, about which more information can be found on the following links:

  1. Danube Information and Emergency Call System
  2. Tisza Information and Emergency Call System
  3. Balaton Information and Emergency Call System

 

3. Operation and development of disaster management information systems
In the framework of a cooperation with the National Directorate-General for Disaster Management RSOE operates many different systems which ensure the safety and information of the population (among others the radio dispatcher service of NDGDM), and also develops them by the utilization of the most modern technologies. By virtue of the agreement with the NDGDM RSOE operates also – among others - the storm warning systems at Lake Balaton and Lake Velence in cooperation with the National Meteorological Service.

4. Public relations activity
The highly qualified employees of RSOE are constantly designing websites and different image elements for our strategic partners and other procurers. The Association operates these websites properly and up-date them regularly. The design elements created by RSOE can be found on its websites and also on other references. As further multimedia activity RSOE according to the actual order provides photo and video services for different events and programs.

5. Project management
RSOE by virtue of the Articles of Association also through its proposals and projects supports the European integration and cohesion, therefore also in the field of disaster managements and river information services writes tender applications with its partners for support from the European Union, in order to study, implement and test new professional ideas. Thanks to the several successful projects the Association gained many experience and references. About our projects more information can be found on this page.

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RSOE Dispatcher Center - Emergency and Information Center

Source: http://www.rsoe.hu/index.php?lang=en

The supply is ensured by the dispatcher of the RSOE in 24 hours a day. RSOE pays attention on channel 16 at the complete reach of the Danube besides broadcasting water-level and shallow-information daily in work channel 22. This channel can be used also for asking for shipping information at any time except for the period of water-level broadcast. Also the work channel is suited for being used in the whole Hungarian stretch. 

The emergency and informational station call signal "NAVINFO Budapest" is a part of the Donau-Mein-Rhein Emergency and Information System. 

The foundation of the system was initiated by the National Radio Association which has by now more than 20 years experience in emergency service. The deed of foundation was signed on 12th May, 1996 by the leaders of the German, Austrian and Hungarian radio associations. The system is opened, so any country from the Danube region can join it. 

The system became operative on the 1st of July, 1997. In the pilot period the Hungarian Danube stretch between the rkm 1850 (Rajka) and rkm 1530 (Paks) was covered, while in the second period starting from 1999, the system has been further developed and extended to the complete Hungarian Danube stretch. 

From the radio "NAVINFO Budapest" besides the information you can also ask for help and in case of loss, accident or fire you can also honour the statutory notice obligation in both channels. We are waiting for the notices about oil or any other kind of water pollution, damages or shift of fairway marking signs and about changes of fairway. In some minutes after the notification we can inform the ambulance, fire service, the officer on duty of the Danube Water Police Captaincy, of the Police Headquarter in Budapest of the National Directorate General for Disaster Management and that of the National Transport Authority. 

We also receive the log in of vessels transporting dangerous goods and we also have a special ship tracking service. On the bases of the last period's experiences our operation can be called successful both in the field of assistance and that of information. 

We really hope that our services become more and more well-known and accepted. In case you have any kind of difficulty during your fairway, please call us, radio "NAVINFO Budapest" will do its best to help you! 

Dispatcher Centre Zánka 

The National Association of Radio Distress-signalling and Infocommunications operates a complex, modern regional communication and information system within the reach of everyone, called Balaton Information and Emergency Call System. The dispatcher centre of the system is located at Zánka in cooperation with the Hungarian Water Rescue Service and in close connection with the Storm Warning System at Lake Balaton which is maintained by the National Directorate for Disaster Management.


Contact detail

RSOE Dispatcher Center
Address: 1149 Budapest, Mogyoródi út 43.
Phone:             1/469-4164      , Fax: 1/469-4167
Mobile:             +36-20/202-7763       (+36-20/202-RSOE)
E-mail: navinfo@rsoe.hu
with  support
Vízimentők Magyarországi Szakszolgálata Egyesület
Address: 8250 Zánka, 030/8 Hrsz.
Mailing address: 8360 Keszthely, Erzsébet királyné útja 12.
Phone:             87/568 168      , Fax: 87/568 169
Mobile:             30/383-8383      
E-mail: info@vizimentok.hu

Our projects

Source: http://www.rsoe.hu/index.php?lang=en

 

ProDuna
This action shall, in line with the requirements and regulations of the European Union, target to support the related governmental organisations and bodies to improve domestic inland waterway traffic as a way of modality, to manage, with a certain project aspect, all tasks that are related to inland waterway traffic (such as management, promotion, education and training, operational issues and other professional queries), and to aid domestic market participants to become adequately competitive.
Project CoPo
Strengthening cross border cooperation between the border police organisations in order to enhance and smoothen Danube border control procedures.
 
Project IRIS Europe II (finalized)
IRIS Europe II is making use of the well-working platform of the TEN-T project IRIS Europe to address issues focusing on further enhancement and fine-tuning of RIS key technologies, services and applications; the implementation of new harmonized and interoperable RIS Services especially at the level of transport management and security services; the provision of feedback and contribution to the maintenance and amendment of technical specifications.
 
Project NELI 
The NELI project aims to create a transnational cooperation of research-, education & training- and administrative organisations, leading to technological innovations and implementation of common European transport policies, action plans and innovative business models for the inland waterway sector in the South East Europe-region.
 
Project WANDA 
The project WANDA aims at establishing a sustainable, environmentally sound and transnationally coordinated approach in ship waste management – including the development and implementation of related measures – along the Danube in order to protect this water resource and its multifaceted ecosystems.
 
Project NEWADA 
The NEWADA project aims at increasing the efficiency of the Danube as the European Transport Corridor VII by intensifying cooperation between waterway administrations to promote inland navigation as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly mode of transport.
 
Project NeuRISK 
The main objective of the project is the development of a cross-border disaster management cooperation between Burgenland and Győr-Moson-Sopron County. Our accession to the Schengen Area opened the door to the Austrian-Hungarian cooperation and mutual assistance. This project involves such joint activities, developments by means of which the cooperation becomes startegic parnership and which takes into consideration the natural givens, peculiarities of the territory and the contingencies, like reed-fire at Lake Fertő, forest fire at Sopron.
 
Project STWA (finalized) 
Currently the storm warning system at Lake Fertő consists of 9 stations(orange flashlights with control unit and receivers placed on pillars) and a centre which is located at the police station of Eisenstadt. The control unit and the data transfer system have been modernized or rather changed to digital radio system in the last years. All the 9 stations are located in Austria. On the Hungarian side of Lake Fertő the system is not available.
 
Project RISING 
The RISING project aims at identifying and implementing new river information services for inland shipping operators and for the logistic sector. The members of the RISING consortium will jointly elaborate new RIS applications and test them with the active involvement of the target groups.
 
Project PLATINA 
The main objective of PLATINA is to support the Commission, Member States and third countries in the implementation of the NAIADES action programme by bringing together all relevant actors concerned in a broad knowledge network.
 
Project DRAVIS II (finalized)
The main objective of the project is to use modern, innovative information and communication technology in the work of disaster management along the Croatian-Hungarian border, which makes the protection of the cross-border infrastructure and the environment more efficient.
 
Project CBRIS II (finalized)
The objective of the project is to strengthen Danube co-operation by using River Information Services (RIS) and by providing harmonised port and risk management software solutions.
 
Project IRIS Europe (finalized) 
IRIS Europe is a Pan European Project with partners from 6 countries as well as interested parties from 5 other Danube countries which are integrated as cooperation partners within IRIS Europe.
 
Project DRAVIS (finalized) 
Main objectives of the project are improvement of cross-border mobility and accessibility in the border region on the Danube and Drava waterways and the development of accessible ITC technology which will have a future use in social and economic life of the border area.
 
Project CB-RIS (finalized) 
Main objectives of the project "Cross-Border Implementation of River Information Services on Danube and Drava Rivers" - CB-RIS are improvement of cross-border mobility and accessibility in the border region on the Danube and Drava waterways and the development of accessible ITC technology. Expected results are improvement of cross-border traffic and transport management, increase of safety and efficiency of inland navigation as well as making inland navigation more environmentally friendly type of transport.
 
Project DANewBE Data (finalized) 
The project aims at the provision of interoperable navigation supporting services for inland waterways. Feasibility studies and pilot operations shall ensure sound and high-quality preparation of data, accurate positioning signals, efficient exchange of geo-related data and preparation of electronic charts. Most effective distribution mechnisms shall also be defined and tested.
 
Project GYŐRIS (finalized) 
The National Association of Radio Distress-Signalling and Infocommunications (RSOE) has launched a Phare CBC (Austria-HungaryTransport Infrastructure Networks Programme) project together with the Győr-Moson-Sopron County Disaster Management Directorate and other partners in order to elaborate and implement a regional River Information Services test stretch on the Danube, which focuses on the regional users' needs. The project is co-financed by the European Union.
 
Project DaTraM (finalized)

RSOE is the implementing project partner in Hungary of "Dangerous Cargo Transport Monitoring on Inland Waterways" - DaTraM, which is a project of GKM (Hungarian Ministry of Economy and Transport) and been co-financed by the European Union and GKM. The project focuses on the safety and security issues of River Information Services. During the project a special test stretch is being implemented on the northern Hungarian Danube stretch to monitor dangerous goods carrier vessels. The project will also elaborate initiatives for river security measures.
 
Project MarGal (finalized) 
MarGal is a research and development project co-financed by the European Commission and the European Space Agency through Galileo Joint Undertaking. The project consortium is led by Konsgberg Seatex AS (Norway). The twenty-four months lasting project was launched 25 February 2004. The main aim of the project is to introduce Galileo services using EGNOS for inland waterways and ports. RSOE, as the member of the project consortium, is responsible for the inland waterway demonstration at Budapest.
 
Project COMPRIS (finalized) 
COMPRIS is a pan-European project, focusing on the development and implementation of River Information Services (RIS) on the inland waterways in Europe. The project was launched in September 2002 and will be finished by the end of 2005. It is funded by the Directorate-General for Energy and Transport (DG TREN) of the European Commission. The COMPRIS consortium consists of 44 active partners from 11 European countries. The project is co-ordinated by AVV Transport Research Centre of the Ministry of Transport in the Netherlands.

 

Storm warning systems

Source: http://www.rsoe.hu/index.php?lang=en Note: This did not capture well, so please go to the Source. It is very cool!

According to the Decree of the Minister of the Interior no. 46/2001 (XII.27) the Storm Warning System at Lake Balaton and at Lake Velence are operated between 1 April and 31 October every year.


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AlertMail Global Emergency and Disaster event in E-Mail EMAIL eng language EMAIL link
Earthquake Information Earthquake Information in Email EMAIL eng language EMAIL link
Pandemia AlertMail Near realtime H1N1 (Swine Flu) information and news. EMAIL eng language EMAIL link
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Volcano database Note: These are of less importance to the NATO Disaster Relief Demo

Airplane Accident & Incident (Only USA) Note: I have this in the Build the FAA NextGen SWIM in the Cloud
Supervolcano Database Note: These are of less importance to the NATO Disaster Relief Demo
 

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Icons using in the RSOE EDIS AlertMap
Icon EDIS Code Event Category Description
Biology BH Avian Flu - Animal Infection Biology Avianflu sickness, human or animal infection. In case of human infection the classification is "Plague danger", in case of animal infection the classification is "Biological event".
Biology BH Avian Flu - Human infection Biology Avianflu sickness, human or animal infection. In case of human infection the classification is "Plague danger", in case of animal infection the classification is "Biological event".
Bilology BH Biological Hazard Bilology Every biological event, which can cause mass sickness. Animal attack and damage caused by animals are also signed in this category. The category contains further every biological event which related to biodiversity.
Biology CB Biological Hazard - Coral Bleaching Biology Reefs in 32 countries experienced dramatic bleaching in 1997-98. Bleaching results from the loss of microscopic algae that both color and nourish living corals. Water that is warmer than normal by only 2 to 3 F (1.1-1.6 C) has been linked to bleaching. Other factors that contribute to coral reef bleaching include nutrient and sediment runoff, pollution, coastal development, dynamiting of reefs, and natural storm damage.
Biology BH Biological Hazard - Insection Biology Attack by bee.
Bilology BT Bioterror Bilology Every activity, which commited by biological substance against civil or not civil persons. The display is irrespectively of the number of injured persons.
Technology CR CBRN Technology CBRN is an acronym for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear. It is in common use worldwide, to refer to incidents or weapons in which any of these four hazards have presented themselves. CBRN Defense (CBRND) is the acronym that is used in reference to CBRN passive protection, contamination avoidance and CBRN mitigation. CBRNE is the acronym for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high-yield Explosives. A CBRN incident differs from a HAZMAT incident in both effect scope (i.e. CBRNE can be a mass casualty situation) and in intent. CBRN incidents are responded to under the assumption that they are deliberate, malicious acts with the intention to kill, sicken and/or disrupt society. Evidence preservation and perpetrator apprehension are of greater concern with CBRN incidents than with HAZMAT incidents.
Technology CA Chemical Accident Technology Chemical accident or incident which caused significant property and/or personal injury
Meteorology CC Climate change Meteorology Every event, which caused by climate change irrespectively of property damage.
Meteorology CW Cold Wave Meteorology Temperature at or under -15 C° / 5 F which lasts more than 3 days.(Measured at zero altitude and 2m height.)
Complex CE Complex Emergency Complex The official definition of a complex emergency is "a humanitarian crisis in a country, region or society where there is total or considerable breakdown of authority resulting from internal or external conflict and which requires an international response that goes beyond the mandate or capacity of any single agency and/ or the ongoing United Nations country program."
Meteorology CO Cosmic Event / Impact Meteorology An impact event is the collision of a large meteorite, asteroid, comet, or other celestial object with the Earth or another planet. Throughout recorded history, hundreds of minor impact events (and exploding bolides) have been reported, with some occurrences causing deaths, injuries, property damage or other significant localised consequences. This event included the serious incident in the outer space.
Meteorology DR Drought Meteorology A drought (or drouth [archaic]) is an extended period of months or years when a region notes a deficiency in its water supply. Generally, this occurs when a region receives consistently below average precipitation. It can have a substantial impact on the ecosystem and agriculture of the affected region. Although droughts can persist for several years, even a short, intense drought can cause significant damage and harm the local economy. This global phenomenon has a widespread impact on agriculture. The United Nations estimates that an area of fertile soil the size of Ukraine is lost every year because of drought, deforestation, and climate instability. Lengthy periods of drought have long been a key trigger for mass migration and played a key role in a number of ongoing migrations and other humanitarian crises in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel.
Geology EQ Earthquake > M3 Geology Earthquake, which strength is between 3.0 and 3.9 according to the Richter scale.
Geology EQ Earthquake > M4 Geology Earthquake, which strength is between 4.0 and 4.9 according to the Richter scale.
Geology EQ Earthquake > M5 Geology Earthquake, which strength is between 5.0 and 5.9 according to the Richter scale.
Geology EQ Earthquake > M6 Geology Earthquake, which strength is between 6.0 and 6.9 according to the Richter scale.
Geology EQ Earthquake > M7 Geology Earthquake, which strength is above 6.9 according to the Richter scale.
Technology ED Enviroment Pollution Technology The presence of offensive, but not necessarily infectious, matter in the environment. For example, pollution may be by specific organic or inorganic chemicals, by physical agents such as dust, volcanic fallout, smoke, automobile fumes, radioactive material and animal feces and urine.
Bilology EP Epidemic Bilology In epidemiology, an epidemic epi- meaning "upon or above" and demic- meaning "people", occurs when new cases of a certain disease, in a given human population, and during a given period, substantially exceed what is "expected," based on recent experience (the number of new cases in the population during a specified period of time is called the "incidence rate"). In recent usages, the disease is not required to be communicable; examples include cancer or heart disease. Another example includes the infamous Black Plague of the Middle Ages.
Bilology EH Epidemic Hazard Bilology Low number infection but potentionally can cause big plague or mass sickness.
Technology EX Explosion Technology Any technical event amount to explosion.
Technology FR Fire Technology Fire events, which extend to big area. Display happens if the property damage is significant and/or somebody dies from a wound, and the number of injured persons is above 3.
Environmental FF Flash Flood Environmental The flash flood is a rapid flooding of geomorphic low-lying areas - washes, rivers, dry lakes and basins. It may be caused by heavy rain associated with a storm, hurricane, or tropical storm or meltwater from ice or snow flowing over icesheets or snowfields. Flash floods can also occur after the collapse of an ice dam, debris dam or a human structure, such as a dam, for example, the Johnstown Flood of 1889. Flash floods are distinguished from a regular flood by a timescale less than six hours. The temporary availability of water is often utilised by plants with rapid germination and short growth cycle, and by specially adapted animal life.
Environmental FL Flood Environmental Formated inland inundation and flood or danger of inland inundation and flood, which expand to big area.
Technology WF Forest Fire Technology Forrest or scrub fire which has big extent irrespectively of damage and the number of injured persons. It serves to sign occurrent fire storm.
Meteorology GW Giant Wave Impact Meteorology Rogue waves (also known as freak waves, monster waves, killer waves, extreme waves, and abnormal waves) are relatively large and spontaneous ocean surface waves that are a threat even to large ships and ocean liners. In oceanography, they are more precisely defined as waves whose height is more than twice the significant wave height (SWH), which is itself defined as the mean of the largest third of waves in a wave record. Therefore rogue waves are not necessarily the biggest waves found at sea; they are, rather, surprisingly large waves for a given sea state. "Rogue waves are not tsunamis, which are set in motion by earthquakes [and] travel at high speed, building up as they approach the shore. Rogue waves seem to occur in deep water or where a number of physical factors such as strong winds and fast currents converge. This may have a focusing effect, which can cause a number of waves to join together."
Meteorology HS Hailstorm Meteorology A hailstorm is a meteorological event, being a storm in which a large amount of hail falls, which caused significant property and/or personal injury.
Biology HA Harmful Algal Blooms Biology A harmful algal bloom (HAB) is an algal bloom that causes negative impacts to other organisms via production of natural toxins, mechanical damage to other organisms, or by other means. HABs are often associated with large-scale marine mortality events and have been associated with various types of shellfish poisonings.
Technology HZ HAZMAT Technology A dangerous good is any solid, liquid, or gas that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. They are often subject to chemical regulations. An equivalent term, used almost exclusively in the United States, is hazardous material (hazmat or HAZMAT). Dangerous goods may be radioactive, flammable, explosive, toxic, corrosive, biohazardous, an oxidizer, an asphyxiant, a pathogen, an allergen, or may have other characteristics that render it hazardous in specific circumstances. Mitigating the risks associated with hazardous materials may require the application of safety precautions during their transport, use, storage and disposal. Most countries regulate hazardous materials by law, and they are subject to several international treaties as well.
Meteorology HT Heat Wave Meteorology Temperature at or above 35 C° / 95 F which lasts more than 3 days.(Measured at zero altitude and 2m height.)
Meteorology IFL Inland Inundation Meteorology Inland inundation formated on big area, irrespectively of of caused damage.
Biology BH Insect Infestations Biology Locust and other beetle invasion.
Biology BH Jellyfish Invasion Biology Massive jellyfish invasion
Geology LS Land / Mud / rock slide Geology Land / sand / rock falling which caused significant property and/or personal injury.
Non-categorized UEV Non-categorized event Non-categorized This category includes events where events are unknown. This category type will be change, if when arrived additional information.
Technology NC Nuclear Event Technology Related to nuclear power plant, processing plant, mine irrespectively of the INES scale classification.
Technology PW Power Outage Technology Every event which related to power failure and affects big area and/or lot of people.[Note:the icon is used at extreme weather event if lightning causes damage]
Meteorology SL Sea Level Rise Meteorology  
Meteorology ST Severe Weather Meteorology Every extreme meteorological event, which caused property damage and/or personal injuries.
Biology BH Shark Atack Biology Fatal or non-fatal shark attack
Meteorology AV Snow Avalanche Meteorology Snow avalanche, which caused poperty damage and/or personal injury.The number of injured persons is above 5 .
Meteorology SS Snow Storm Meteorology Heavy snowstorm or snowstorm with big extent, which cause significant property damage.
Meteorology SE Storm Surge Meteorology A rise of the sea, preceding a storm (usually a hurricane) due to the winds of the storm and low atmospheric pressure.
Technology AC Technological Disaster Technology Every technical disaster, which cause significant damages and/or personal injuries. The number of the injured persons are above 10.
Civilization VW Terror Attack Civilization Terror attack against the citizenry irrespectively of the caused damage and the number of injured persons.
Meteorology EC Thunderstorm / Orkan Meteorology Heavy storm, the speed of the wind is above 77 km/h accordinf to the Benfort scale. [21 m/s]-[47 mph]. The display is irrespectively of damage and the number of injured persons.
Meteorology TO Tornado F0-F1 Meteorology Tornado, which is F0-F1 classification according to the Fujita scale.
Meteorology TO Tornado F2-F5 Meteorology Tornado, which is F2-F5 classification according to the Fujita scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Depression Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the "Tropical Depression" stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the "Tropical Storm" stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm S1 Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the I stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm S2 Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the II stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm S3 Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the III stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm S4 Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the IV stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Meteorology TC Tropical Storm S5 Meteorology Tropical storm, which hit the V stage according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Environmental TS Tsunami Environmental Tsunami or big wave formation, irrespectively of the caused damage.
Geology UGE Unusual geological event Geology  
Technology VI Vehicle Accident - Airplane Technology Aircraft accident. The display is irrespectively of the number of injured persons and damage.
Technology VI Vehicle Accident - Car,truck,etc Technology Vehicel accident underground, aboveground and on road. Every event when at least 5 persons affected in the accident.
Technology VI Vehicle Accident - Ship Technology Watercraft or submarine accident. The display is irrespectively of the number of injured persons and damage.
Technology VI Vehicle Accident - Train Technology Vehicel accident which transport on determined line. The display is irrespectively of the number of injured persons and damage.
Technology VIA Vehicle Incident - Airplane Technology  
Technology VIA Vehicle Incident - Car, truck,etc. Technology Vehicle incident underground, aboveground and on road.
Technology VIS Vehicle Incident - Ship Technology Watercraft or submarine incident.
Technology VIT Vehicle Incident - Train Technology Vehicel incident which transport on determined line.
Geology VA Vulcano Activity Geology Every volcano activity, which could indicate eruption before stage.
Geology VE Vulcano Eruption Geology Every volcano activity irrespectively of property damage as well as the number of injured persons.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CAP Access

RSOE Emergency and Disasster Information Service

Common Alerting Protocol Directory

What is CAP?

Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) is a simple but general format for exchanging all-hazard emergency alerts and public warnings over all kinds of networks. CAP allows a consistent warning message to be disseminated simultaneously over many different warning systems, thus increasing warning effectiveness while simplifying the warning task. CAP also facilitates the detection of emerging patterns in local warnings of various kinds, such as might indicate an undetected hazard or hostile act. CAP provides a template for effective warning messages based on best practices identified in academic research and real-world experience. 

Special thanks to Eliot Christian, WMO!

NOTICE! The RSOE EDIS Team has decided to change its Common Alerting Protocol Directory into a subscription-based service. To receive more information on this please contact RSOE EDIS Team at havaria@rsoe.hu.

Main CAP Category

Link
Avalanche
Description: Snow avalanche, which caused poperty damage and/or personal injury.The number of injured persons is above 5 .
Avalanche RSS directory
Biological Hazard
Description: Every biological event, which can cause mass sickness. Animal attack and damage caused by animals are also signed in this category. The category contains further every biological event which related to biodiversity.
Biological Hazard RSS directory
CBRNE
Description: CBRN is an acronym for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear. It is in common use worldwide, to refer to incidents or weapons in which any of these four hazards have presented themselves. CBRN Defense (CBRND) is the acronym that is used in reference to CBRN passive protection, contamination avoidance and CBRN mitigation. CBRNE is the acronym for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high-yield Explosives. A CBRN incident differs from a HAZMAT incident in both effect scope (i.e. CBRNE can be a mass casualty situation) and in intent. CBRN incidents are responded to under the assumption that they are deliberate, malicious acts with the intention to kill, sicken and/or disrupt society. Evidence preservation and perpetrator apprehension are of greater concern with CBRN incidents than with HAZMAT incidents.
CBRNE RSS directory
Climate Change
Description: Every event, which caused by climate change irrespectively of property damage.
Climate Change RSS directory
Cold Wave
Description: Temperature at or under -15 C° / 5 F which lasts more than 3 days.(Measured at zero altitude and 2m height.)
Cold Wave RSS directory
Complex Emergency
Description: The official definition of a complex emergency is "a humanitarian crisis in a country, region or society where there is total or considerable breakdown of authority resulting from internal or external conflict and which requires an international response that goes beyond the mandate or capacity of any single agency and/ or the ongoing United Nations country program."
Complex Emergency RSS directory
Coral Bleaching
Description: Reefs in 32 countries experienced dramatic bleaching in 1997-98. Bleaching results from the loss of microscopic algae that both color and nourish living corals. Water that is warmer than normal by only 2 to 3 F (1.1-1.6 C) has been linked to bleaching. Other factors that contribute to coral reef bleaching include nutrient and sediment runoff, pollution, coastal development, dynamiting of reefs, and natural storm damage.
Coral Bleaching RSS directory
Drought
Description: A drought (or drouth [archaic]) is an extended period of months or years when a region notes a deficiency in its water supply. Generally, this occurs when a region receives consistently below average precipitation. It can have a substantial impact on the ecosystem and agriculture of the affected region. Although droughts can persist for several years, even a short, intense drought can cause significant damage and harm the local economy. This global phenomenon has a widespread impact on agriculture. The United Nations estimates that an area of fertile soil the size of Ukraine is lost every year because of drought, deforestation, and climate instability. Lengthy periods of drought have long been a key trigger for mass migration and played a key role in a number of ongoing migrations and other humanitarian crises in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel.
Drought RSS directory
Enviroment Pollution
Description: The presence of offensive, but not necessarily infectious, matter in the environment. For example, pollution may be by specific organic or inorganic chemicals, by physical agents such as dust, volcanic fallout, smoke, automobile fumes, radioactive material and animal feces and urine.
Enviroment Pollution RSS directory
Epidemic
Description: In epidemiology, an epidemic epi- meaning "upon or above" and demic- meaning "people", occurs when new cases of a certain disease, in a given human population, and during a given period, substantially exceed what is "expected," based on recent experience (the number of new cases in the population during a specified period of time is called the "incidence rate"). In recent usages, the disease is not required to be communicable; examples include cancer or heart disease. Another example includes the infamous Black Plague of the Middle Ages.
Epidemic RSS directory
Epidemic Hazard
Description: Low number infection but potentionally can cause big plague or mass sickness.
Epidemic Hazard RSS directory
Event into space
Description: An impact event is the collision of a large meteorite, asteroid, comet, or other celestial object with the Earth or another planet. Throughout recorded history, hundreds of minor impact events (and exploding bolides) have been reported, with some occurrences causing deaths, injuries, property damage or other significant localised consequences. This event included the serious incident in the outer space.
Event into space RSS directory
Explosion
Description: Any technical event amount to explosion.
Explosion RSS directory
Extreme Weather
Description: Every extreme meteorological event, which caused property damage and/or personal injuries.
Extreme Weather RSS directory
Fire
Description: Fire events, which extend to big area. Display happens if the property damage is significant and/or somebody dies from a wound, and the number of injured persons is above 3.
Fire RSS directory
Flash Flood
Description: The flash flood is a rapid flooding of geomorphic low-lying areas - washes, rivers, dry lakes and basins. It may be caused by heavy rain associated with a storm, hurricane, or tropical storm or meltwater from ice or snow flowing over icesheets or snowfields. Flash floods can also occur after the collapse of an ice dam, debris dam or a human structure, such as a dam, for example, the Johnstown Flood of 1889. Flash floods are distinguished from a regular flood by a timescale less than six hours. The temporary availability of water is often utilised by plants with rapid germination and short growth cycle, and by specially adapted animal life.
Flash Flood RSS directory
Flood
Description: Formated inland inundation and flood or danger of inland inundation and flood, which expand to big area.
Flood RSS directory
Flood Warning
Description:
Flood Warning RSS directory
Forest / Wild Fire
Description: Forrest or scrub fire which has big extent irrespectively of damage and the number of injured persons. It serves to sign occurrent fire storm.
Forest / Wild Fire RSS directory
Giant Wave Impact
Description: Rogue waves (also known as freak waves, monster waves, killer waves, extreme waves, and abnormal waves) are relatively large and spontaneous ocean surface waves that are a threat even to large ships and ocean liners. In oceanography, they are more precisely defined as waves whose height is more than twice the significant wave height (SWH), which is itself defined as the mean of the largest third of waves in a wave record. Therefore rogue waves are not necessarily the biggest waves found at sea; they are, rather, surprisingly large waves for a given sea state. "Rogue waves are not tsunamis, which are set in motion by earthquakes [and] travel at high speed, building up as they approach the shore. Rogue waves seem to occur in deep water or where a number of physical factors such as strong winds and fast currents converge. This may have a focusing effect, which can cause a number of waves to join together."
Giant Wave Impact RSS directory
Hailstorm
Description: A hailstorm is a meteorological event, being a storm in which a large amount of hail falls, which caused significant property and/or personal injury.
Hailstorm RSS directory
Harmful Algal Blooms
Description: A harmful algal bloom (HAB) is an algal bloom that causes negative impacts to other organisms via production of natural toxins, mechanical damage to other organisms, or by other means. HABs are often associated with large-scale marine mortality events and have been associated with various types of shellfish poisonings.
Harmful Algal Blooms RSS directory
HAZMAT
Description: A dangerous good is any solid, liquid, or gas that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. They are often subject to chemical regulations. An equivalent term, used almost exclusively in the United States, is hazardous material (hazmat or HAZMAT). Dangerous goods may be radioactive, flammable, explosive, toxic, corrosive, biohazardous, an oxidizer, an asphyxiant, a pathogen, an allergen, or may have other characteristics that render it hazardous in specific circumstances. Mitigating the risks associated with hazardous materials may require the application of safety precautions during their transport, use, storage and disposal. Most countries regulate hazardous materials by law, and they are subject to several international treaties as well.
HAZMAT RSS directory
Heat Wave
Description: Temperature at or above 35 C° / 95 F which lasts more than 3 days.(Measured at zero altitude and 2m height.)
Heat Wave RSS directory
Inland waters
Description: Inland inundation formated on big area, irrespectively of of caused damage.
Inland waters RSS directory
Landslide
Description: Land / sand / rock falling which caused significant property and/or personal injury.
Landslide RSS directory
Non-categorized event
Description: This category includes events where events are unknown. This category type will be change, if when arrived additional information.
Non-categorized event RSS directory
Nuclear Event
Description: Related to nuclear power plant, processing plant, mine irrespectively of the INES scale classification.
Nuclear Event RSS directory
Power Outage
Description: Every event which related to power failure and affects big area and/or lot of people.[Note:the icon is used at extreme weather event if lightning causes damage]
Power Outage RSS directory
Snow Storm
Description: Heavy snowstorm or snowstorm with big extent, which cause significant property damage.
Snow Storm RSS directory
Storm Surge
Description: A rise of the sea, preceding a storm (usually a hurricane) due to the winds of the storm and low atmospheric pressure.
Storm Surge RSS directory
Technological Disaster
Description: Every technical disaster, which cause significant damages and/or personal injuries. The number of the injured persons are above 10.
Technological Disaster RSS directory
Terror Attack
Description: Terror attack against the citizenry irrespectively of the caused damage and the number of injured persons.
Terror Attack RSS directory
Thunderstorm
Description: Heavy storm, the speed of the wind is above 77 km/h accordinf to the Benfort scale. [21 m/s]-[47 mph]. The display is irrespectively of damage and the number of injured persons.
Thunderstorm RSS directory
Tornado
Description: Tornado, which is F0-F1 classification according to the Fujita scale.
Tornado RSS directory
Tsunami
Description: Tsunami or big wave formation, irrespectively of the caused damage.
Tsunami RSS directory
Unusual geological event
Description:
Unusual geological event RSS directory
Vehicle Accident
Description: Vehicel accident underground, aboveground and on road. Every event when at least 5 persons affected in the accident.
Vehicle Accident RSS directory
Vehicle Incident
Description:
Vehicle Incident RSS directory
Volcano Activity
Description: Every volcano activity, which could indicate eruption before stage.
Volcano Activity RSS directory
Volcano Eruption
Description: Every volcano activity irrespectively of property damage as well as the number of injured persons.
Volcano Eruption RSS directory


Other CAP Source

Link
Ongoing serious and/or catastrophic events
Earthquake RSS directory
Earthquake (With Risk Analisys)
Earthquake RSS directory
Tropical Storm
Tropical Storm
FAA Airplane Accident and Incident in the USA
Airplane accident and incident from the USA
UV Report in the USA
Earthquake RSS directory
Geomagnetic Storm Information
Geomagnetic Storm RSS directory
Activity Information of Volcanoes Services stopped

The volcano information system has been shut down. Our information source we use has ceased, so the EDIS RSOE own information and monitoring system development has begun.

Activity Information of Volcanoes
Epidemic and Biological Hazard Report
Activity Information of Volcanoes
Tsunami Warning Information
Tsunami Alert Information
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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