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Here's how Hawaii's emergency alert design led to a false alarm18 Jan 2018 (The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency declined to comment.) AlertSense CTO Randy Grohs explained that there are essentially two paths to send an alert using the system. In one, an alert is created from scratch. The user of the software fills in information for the alert, like where it's being sent, what
Hawaii's false alarm: how emergency systems work - Vox18 Jan 2018 It was a false alarm — Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency tweeted 15 minutes later that there was no incoming missile — but it took nearly 40 minutes for officials to send out another message through the emergency alert system rescinding the warning. Hawaiian authorities have said that the
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency | Emergency Alert SystemThe Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a public alert and warning system that leverages the communications assets of EAS Participants including terrestrial broadcasters, cable television systems, wireless cable systems, satellite digital audio radio service (SDARS) providers, direct broadcast satellite (DBS) services and
What went wrong with Hawaii's false emergency alert - CNN15 Jan 2018 An emergency missile alert accidentally went out to everyone in Hawaii on Saturday after an employee "pushed the wrong button."
After False Alarm, A Look At How Hawaii's Emergency Alert System15 Jan 2018 A false missile alarm sent people in Hawaii scrambling for shelter Saturday morning — and it took nearly 40 minutes for officials to alert them to the mistake. All of which raises a tough question for authorities: What went wrong? KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Absolutely unacceptable - those were the words from
Emergency Alert System: What To Know After Hawaii's Missile False13 Jan 2018 Here's how Hawaii's false alarm fits into the Emergency Alert System, according to a vet who set up the Mass Notification System for a major military base.
FALSE ALARM: Panic ensues as Emergency Alert Service issues13 Jan 2018 In November, Hawaii began retesting its Cold War-era siren due to a possible threat from North Korea. It's unclear if those sirens were tested in the false alarm on Saturday, but it appears as if the alarm was only issued using the wireless emergency alert (WEA) system, which was established in April 2012.
2018 Hawaii false missile alert - WikipediaOn January 13, 2018, a false ballistic missile alert was issued via the Emergency Alert System and Commercial Mobile Alert System over television, radio, and cellphones in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The alert stated that there was an incoming ballistic missile threat to Hawaii, advised residents to seek shelter, and concluded
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Hawaii's emergency alert interface looks straight out of the '90s16 Jan 2018 No one who's used a long-running government website expects such things to be fancy — just functional. But there's a limit to what can be tolerated, and I believe we've reached it with Hawaii's emergency alert system, which is so dated that it would be hilarious if it hadn't just caused a statewide panic.
False alarm: Emergency alert in Hawaii claims 'missile inbound'13 Jan 2018 A few minutes ago, phones across Hawaii received the above emergency alert about a "ballistic missile threat inbound," but according to state officials, it isn'STATEMENT: While I am thankful this morning's alert was a false alarm, the public must have confidence in our emergency alert system.
Hawaii told to fix its alert system after false missile alarm - BBC News14 Jan 2018 Why was the alert sent? It was a mistake by an employee at Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency during procedures that occur in a shift handover. The message was reportedly sent despite an onscreen prompt requesting confirmation. Mobile phone users received the message at 08:07 (18:07 GMT):
Ballistic missile Hawaii: mobile alert systems need updating for16 Jan 2018 While the human-error came from a poorly designed user interface and a lack of safeguards – the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency has already introduced changes – the technical broadcasting of the system worked correctly. The false alert was quickly sent to mobile phones across the state.