Type Android | Language English
Earthquake Network is the most comprehensive app on earthquakes and for most countries of the world it is the only earthquake early warning system able to alert you before the seismic waves. More details about the research project at https://www.sismo.app
The Earthquake Network research project does not receive external funding. By purchasing the PRO version you support the project and its continuous improvement to provide a fast and reliable service. Thank you!
– Real time detection of earthquakes using networks of smartphones
– User’s reports on felt earthquakes
– Earthquake data from national and international seismic networks starting from magnitude 0.0
– Chatrooms for exchanging info during earthquakes
Features of the PRO version
– Earthquake notifications through a voice synthesizer
– Earthquake visualization with augmented reality
– Priority in chat during quake emergencies
– No advertising
The Earthquake Network research project develops a smartphone-based earthquake early warning system able to detect earthquakes in real-time and to alert the population in advance. Smartphones are able to detect earthquakes thanks to the accelerometer on-board each device. When an earthquake is detected, users with the application installed are immediately alerted. Since earthquake waves travel at a finite speed (from 5 to 10 km/s) it is possible to alert the population not yet reached by the damaging waves of the earthquake. For the scientific details about the project please refer to the Frontiers scientific journal at https://bit.ly/2C8B5HI
The Earthquake Network app allows you to receive real-time alerts of the earthquakes detected by the network, to manually report an earthquake you felt, and to chat with other people during an earthquake emergency. The app also shows the information on the earthquakes detected by the national and international seismic networks.
Note that the information on earthquakes detected by national and international seismic networks is usually published with a delay ranging from a few minutes to many hours, depending on the seismic network.