The Benefits of Alerting System Based on Standardised Libraries

Cristina Parraga Niebla, Javier Mulero Chaves, Joaquin Ramirez Cisneros, Miguel Mendes, Montse Ferrer

Abstract


The understanding of the alert content and trust by the recipients can be influenced by the alert message composition. This paper discusses advantages and disadvantages of an alert library based method to compose alert messages that aims at achieving harmonized alert messages all over Europe in terms of content and style. Additionally, it develops on further advantages by making use of the storage and processing capabilities of state-of-the-art receiving device, based on the alert library method to compose alert messages.

Keywords


alert message; alert libraries; risk; hazard information;

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