Thread: SSA 2017 - From Field Site to Data Center: Network Innovations for Earthquake Early Warning

Started: 2016-12-21 01:07:57
Last activity: 2016-12-21 01:07:57
Topics: SSA Meetings
Do you operate a network or design seismic stations? Do you work toward
stronger infrastructure and faster data collection? We invite you to submit
an abstract to the special session below for the SSA Meeting in Denver,
April 18-20, 2017. The abstract deadline is January 11, 2017.

From Field Site to Data Center: Network Innovations for Earthquake Early
Warning

With the advent of Earthquake Early Warning (EEW), seismic networks must
now process real-time data within several seconds. Robust station
architecture, reliable low-latency telemetry links, and streamlined data
acquisition workflows are necessary for successful EEW systems. Networks
must include multiple layers of redundancy while remaining highly secure,
because as earthquake alerts become public and widespread, EEW systems may
become prime targets for hackers. We invite you to share your innovations
and challenges in this new era of seismic data acquisition. From the field
site to the data center, how have you improved your network’s robustness,
reliability, and security?

Session Chairs:
Christopher Bruton <cpbruton<at>gps.caltech.edu>
Rayo Bhadha <rayo<at>gps.caltech.edu>



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Christopher Bruton
Research Engineer
Caltech Seismological Laboratory

E-mail: cpbruton<at>gps.caltech.edu
Office phone: +1 626-395-6915 <(626)%20395-6915>

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