AmritaWNA Installs Real-time Wireless Landslide Warning System in Sikkim

After successfully commissioning India's first real-time landslide warning system in Kerala's Western Ghats, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is now readying the second installation in Sikkim to guard against rainfall-induced landslides in the Sikkim-Darjeeling belt. Dr. Maneesha Sudheer, Director of Centre for Wireless Networks and Applications, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, while interacting with the media, post the announcement about the installation of the system said, “The new IoT (Internet of Things) system for landslides, that is being put in place, is custom developed for Himalayan geology.”

Amrita Develops Disaster Management App to Connect Survivors with Relief Providers

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) launched an Android app named ‘AmritaKripa’ to connect survivors with relief and rescue service providers during the massive floods in Kerala. The app allows users to both request for and offer rescue, medical help, shelter and supplies such as food, clothing and medicine, as well as services such as water, electricity and telephone. One can also report people missing, people found orphaned, either conscious or unconscious, or dead through the app. The app, which is available in Malayalam and English, uses real-time GPS data to locate users.

Amrita Launches Disaster Management App

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) launched an Android app named ‘AmritaKripa’ to connect survivors with relief and rescue service providers during the massive floods in Kerala. The app allows users to both request for and offer rescue, medical help, shelter and supplies such as food, clothing and medicine, as well as services such as water, electricity and telephone. One can also report people missing, people found orphaned, either conscious or unconscious, or dead through the app. The app, which is available in Malayalam and English, uses real-time GPS data to locate users.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Launches Disaster Management App

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) launched an Android app named ‘AmritaKripa’ to connect survivors with relief and rescue service providers during the massive floods in Kerala. The app allows users to both request for and offer rescue, medical help, shelter and supplies such as food, clothing and medicine, as well as services such as water, electricity and telephone. One can also report people missing, people found orphaned, either conscious or unconscious, or dead through the app. The app, which is available in Malayalam and English, uses real-time GPS data to locate users.

Amrita App Plays Saviour to the Flood-Hit

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) launched an Android app named ‘AmritaKripa’ to connect survivors with relief and rescue service providers during the massive floods in Kerala. The app allows users to both request for and offer rescue, medical help, shelter and supplies such as food, clothing and medicine, as well as services such as water, electricity and telephone. One can also report people missing, people found orphaned, either conscious or unconscious, or dead through the app. The app, which is available in Malayalam and English, uses real-time GPS data to locate users. The team of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham said the app had already helped to locate, rescue and provide relief to more than 12,000 people in Kerala.