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Sunday, 24 December 2017

DISANET: Keypoints

  By GK Planet Team       Sunday, 24 December 2017

DISANET

DISANET-Information Network for Natural Disaster Mitigation and Recovery, a joint research project between the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT-H) and Japanese universities.
The objective of the DISANET is to monitor natural disasters and to evolve an emergency communication system with the help from Information technology tools.
As part of the Indo-Japanese collaboration, the Japanese Science and Technology Agency (JST) awarded the five-year project to IIT-H with a total funding of Rs 20 crore.
Thus the cost of DISANET project is Rs.20 Crore.
Hyderabad-based National Geographical Research Institute and Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo will also be part of the project.
Under DISANET project Automatic Weather stations would be set up to monitor rainfall, humidity, temperature, wind and atmospheric pressure.
The DISANET will also set up a sound network for pre-disaster monitoring and utilizing communication and database systems to provide post-disaster relief.
The project will also analyze earthquakes in Himalayan belt.
The design has four subsystems — WiFi, a satellite link, single-carrier GSM and LTE (Long Term Evolution) which is a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile phones and data terminals.
The compact system can be easily transported in trucks to the site of the Master Operation Centre within a few hours of the disaster.
The wireless system should provide coverage over an area of approximately 1,000 square kilometers.
The compact system can be easily transported in trucks to the site of the Master Operation Centre within a few hours of the disaster.
The wireless system should provide coverage over an area of approximately 1,000 square kilometers.
Rescue workers with GSM handsets, WiFi cameras and WiFi nodes can spread out over an area of 12-25 square kilometer to form the primary deployment area.
These workers supply communication between the affected area and the Master Operation Centre (MOC).
The MOC has pico- or micro-sized LTE-Base Stations which are mounted at a height of 15 to 20 meters.

Advantages of DISANET

The rescue team can directly communicate with citizens about the arrangements using FM broadcast, which citizens receive on their mobiles.
This enables the flow of authenticated information from the authorities to the citizens and prevents rumor-mongering during times of disaster.
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