While AEA broadcast technology proved itself, a few important steps remain.
The alliance’s executive director sees an opportunity to better inform the public.
Alliance quickly has become the forum for holistically examining the major issues around the launch of advanced alerting.
The latest public safety organization to join the Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN) Advisory Committee it the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate.
A T-Mobile white paper characterizing ATSC 3.0 and its advanced emergency warning capabilities as “inferior” drew fire Sept. 14 from the Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN) Alliance.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children, the National Weather Service, and the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials have joined the new AWARN Advisory Committee to provide technical and operational input to the AWARN Alliance.
Enhanced emergency information distribution is one of the major enhanced capabilities and potential benefits of Next-Gen TV.
Marking its one-year anniversary, the AWARN Alliance provided a preview of advanced emergency alerting capabilities via Next Gen TV that will be demonstrated at the 2017 NAB Show.