Earthquake detection with Android smartphones in 2020.

Login via Your phone accelerometer becomes a data point that contributes to an algorithm for detecting earthquakes—the system designed to send alerts to the public when an earthquake occurs automatically.

Earthquake detection with Android

Software giant company Google is working to create a seismic system for Android phones worldwide. Your phone accelerometer becomes a data point that helps an algorithm to detect.

The system is designed to automatically send alerts to the public in the event of earthquakes. The system uses Android smartphones worldwide and algorithms to target extensive data.

Google on Tuesday, added earthquakes early system in California. The company claims that this will allow the Android smartphone to act as a compressor detector. The company has partnered with the United States Geological Survey, California Office of Emergency Services,

It sends alerts from agencies to Android smartphones. Based on the seismic zones, India is divide into Zone-2, Zone-3, Zone-4, and Zone-5. Zone-2 is considered the least dangerous and Zone-5, the most hazardous area.

Zone-5 includes Kashmir, the western and central Himalayas, the northern and central Bihar, the northeastern Indian region, the Ron of Kutch, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Central India falls into the Low-Risk Zone-3. The South, however, is mostly in Zone 2 with limited risk. Meanwhile, Zone-4 includes Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, North Bengal, Delhi, and Maharashtra.

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