E mergency broadcast A utomatic R eceiving S ystem. EARS by I S S. An application of Internet Switching System. September 15 - 18, 2007. Development background of EARS. Problems with the conventional communication methods. Telephone system.
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Problems with the conventional communication methods
Connection difficulty due to line congestion in a time of disaster
Internet E mail system
Less friendly to the aged or blind people
Community wireless system
High initial cost of broadcast and receiving equipment
EBS by radios or TVs
No use at the time of the power failure
Switched on by PC、line or mobile telephones
Broadcasting stations can switch on the radios or TVs owned by listeners or viewers before they send the emergency information on air.
Those who need the emergency information can get them at higher listening or viewing ratio.
Information distribution at emergency
All-out contact of information
Radios and TVs are switched on at request.
Switches are put on at broadcast stations.
halls and others
Fire stations, security
offices, hobby groups
Applicable to any device
Software and firmware can be customized.
Home use device
Public sector device
For mobile phone switching model using IP lines
Solar of wind power generation system
Emergency power unit
Takami elementary school in Hiroshimaon September 1, 2006
EARS controller and radio
Wind and solar power generation
Daily Yomiuri 09 02 2006
Kouki Co., Ltd
Mr. Mitsunori Nagao
Mr. Kenichi Yokoyama
Mr. Tsuguru Kamamoto