Emergency AUS

Emergency AUS


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Australians face disasters every year. When your time comes, how will you stay informed?
Emergency AUS delivers warning and incident information issued by official agencies across Australia. The ‘must have’ app for all Australians and visitors to help you get informed and stay up-to-date with emergencies that can impact you and your loved ones.

Providing you with real-time access to official warnings, incident reports and public Sensory Observations™ to aid in better decision making during emergencies and disasters. By bringing together emergency information from over 25 emergency service agencies and accessing observations submitted by the public, Emergency AUS delivers unparalleled emergency intelligence to residents, tourists and visitors.

Official emergency information is sourced from state and territory emergency services and provided in real-time.
• View information on the map or in a list
• Sort lists by distance from your current location, time or event status
• Filter lists and map display by incident status, warning level or State/Territory
• National parity applied to warnings and incident terminology for a cohesive national and local picture
• Links to the official information sources provided
• Access to state and territory warnings and Total Fire Ban notifications Australia wide
• Multi hazard / multi risk incident and warnings information including:
- Bushfire
- Structure Fire
- Planned Burns
- Flood
- Storm
- Cyclone
- Smoke hazard
- Hazardous Material
- Rescue
- Tsunami
- Earthquake
• Map Overlays to display:
- Rain Radar
- Fire perimeters
- Cyclone impact projections
- Thunderstorm tracker
- Fire Danger Ratings
- Warning areas
- Total Fire Ban coverage

Sensory Observations™
Emergency AUS empowers you to capture, record and share information about emergency conditions impacting you. By sharing real-time observations, you help keep others informed which can make all the difference in making a safe decision.
• Access public observations (including photos) to increase your awareness
• Share what you know about an emergency to help keep others informed
• All observations represented on the map to help assess what is relevant to you
• Observations submitted by sense (see, hear, feel, smell)
• Observation categories include:
- Incident Observations
- Damage Observations
- Community Support
- Weather Events or Hazards

Watch Areas
• Set a watch area to keep an eye on warnings and incidents in your area of interest
• Receive alerts directly to your phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
• Advanced double pass analysis provides the most comprehensive assessment of a warning’s validity to your watch areas
• Variable shaped watch areas – once registered on www.emergencyaus.info, you can draw any shape to define your watch area to ensure you only receive information relevant to you
• View your watch areas on the incident map
• Choose whether to receive only warning, incident or all notifications

Proximity alerts
• On the road, on the move, on holidays? Receive notifications for emergency events based on the location of your mobile device
• Once activated, Emergency AUS v2 will send you information on emergency incidents and warnings close to you anywhere in Australia

You cannot be sure you are free from harm's way by only using the information provided by Emergency AUS. Always remember, your safety is your responsibility.

Powered by RIPE Intelligence's Australian emergency information network.

Further integrated emergency information available at www.emergencyaus.info

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Recently changed in this version

2.1.0 Changes

- The ability to turn on/off warning and incident notifications.
- Observation icons now indicate if a image is attached to the observation
- The ability to delete unwanted/old notifications from notification list
- Filter added to display your watch zone(s) on incident map
- Toggle between 3 different map views, Street, Satellite and Hybrid
- A number of bug fixes and performance enhancements

Comments and ratings for Emergency AUS
  • (48 stars)

    by hils22787 on 10/03/2015

    I am in far north queensland and there is nothing about the cyclone warnings here on the map or elsewhere on the app..

  • (48 stars)

    by Alison Short on 05/03/2015

    I like this app but I still get flood warnings for all over the state even though I have set my warning area to 10km from home. And I get TFB notification at 12:15AM every morning!!

  • (48 stars)

    by julie anne p on 24/02/2015

    I like this. A lot. Takes a bit of setting up but once done it doesn't fail to alert. The only problem is when a report location is set up there seems to be no way of deleting it if you don't need/want it anymore. A bit annoying. Would be 5 stars if that issue was addressed.

  • (48 stars)

    by Shannon Trew on 21/02/2015

    Ugh. Need a way to select what I want to see. 15 emergency alerts today, none count as an emergency. 20ish yesterday. Again none I would call an emergency.

  • (48 stars)

    by James Rittmeyer on 18/02/2015

    The app works very well and looks clean and shows the information clearly, with ability to have notifications near you and for set locations. I like the idea of users being able to add observations. I tested this out with the current weather we have but added it twice and was wondering if the ability for the person who created it to modify/remove observations. 4 1/2 Stars for functionality, noti

  • (48 stars)

    by Rob McLennan on 18/02/2015

    Very useful from the pov of a media professional. Radio stations are incorrect which could be a serious problem for those who rely on the app.

  • (48 stars)

    by Dani Ayres on 12/02/2015

    I have found this to be very useful. I am able to keep an eye on areas where my family live and get updates for their locations. I do think that the constant fire ban notifications get a bit much when it is repeating the same notification over and over.

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