Implementation of Early Warning System for Disaster Management Department, a lot (Internet of Things) Based Centralized Public Broadcast System deployed in Various Grama Panchayat of Raichur District in Karnataka.
Grama Samvedana serves as a centralized public broadcasting system, enabling the dissemination of messages from any location to one or multiple grama panchayats through the public address systems installed within these panchayats.
The Grama Samvedana system is a versatile tool for various government departments. The Agriculture Department can use it to share insights on harvesting, daily weather updates, and Kisan Sabha events. The Disaster and Emergency Departments can provide early warnings and safety guidelines during natural calamities like floods, lightning, thunderstorms, and landslides. The Health Care Department can use it to disseminate information about health camps, pandemic safety measures, and vaccination initiatives. Furthermore, any government agency can use this system to convey important information to entire villages or specific regional areas as needed. In essence, it's a comprehensive communication system for government messages to rural communities.
Government Departments that include Disaster management, Healthcare, Agriculture, Meterological Department, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Education, Electricity, Law and Order.Private companies in the area of Agriculture, Healthcare, Horticulture, Animal husbandry and FMCG. Corporates who have Manufacturing units in rural areas and who could build a brand for manpower sourcing and training.Non Government Organisations working in rural areas.
The State is prone to different kinds of natural hazards(disasters) such as droughts, floods,cyclones, hailstorms, landslides and earthquakes...Read More
More than 50% of population in rural Karnataka is dependent on Agriculture...Read more
Government and NGO's conduct health camps that needs to be communicated regularly to public...Read More
Gross Enrolment ratio of children into schools is important for development of villages...Read More
Continuous power supply is a major draw back in rural areas and farmers have to plan their work based on power availability...Read more
Due to the illiteracy most of the people are not aware of their rights and are afraid to go to police station to complain, to address this the police station needs to communicate and alleviate the fear...Read More
The CPBS portal is a gateway for broadcasting messages with a multi-tier architecture and secure Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (http). It has three levels of users: State, District, and Taluk. Users can record and schedule messages, including periodicity, and tag messages based on criticality. The application can broadcast from text to speech and can be scheduled to play during disasters even if the network or power is not available. The main component of the CPBS is the Network Audio Unit, which has a single-board computer, client application, and database for storage and broadcasting messages. The public address system consists of amplifiers and speaker horns from Ahuja Radios. The system is connected to UPS with sufficient battery backup and uses power only when a message needs to be delivered. The horns are installed on a 15-foot pole above the building for better geographical reach and have a lightning arrester to safeguard the equipment. All equipment is placed at the Grama Panchayat inside a secured metal box. CPBS has been implemented as an Early Warning System (EWS) at 15 Gram Panchayats in Raichur District, Karnataka, to provide rapid, reliable, and effective communication of major emergencies and natural disasters.