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ccloc, our module for automatic detection and classification of seismic signals by cross correlation with template events has received a significant speed up after a major rework of the code now including the support for computation on multiple CPU threads and even on the graphics card (GPU).
The web frontend of CAPS has been completely redesigned offering much more functionality and interaction while presenting key server information to dedicated users. The re-design includes interactive browsing of CAPS data archives for viewing the availability of data in selected time spans.
We will proudly present SeisComP in an invited keynote lecture and share our latest software developments with you at our company booth at IUGG Berlin 2023, 28th general assembly which we share with RaspberryShake .
The information herein will be completed as soon as updates are made available by the meeting committee.
Custom solutions and special training for our products
Mobile application for Android and iOS devices
Our free mobile app, providing recent earthquake information from 15+ earthquake monitoring centers such as GFZ, EMSC and USGS. It allows filtering by agency, region and magnitude as well as controlling agency priority and alarm types. Push notifications are used to rapidly inform you about new events. But most importantly, the app is free of advertisement and does not track the user.
EQInfo provides social media sharing options and lets you submit "Did you feel it" reports from your mobile device. In doing so, everyone can help to better assess the impact that an earthquake might have in their community.
Furthermore, EQInfo integrates seamlessly with your Raspberry Shake personal seismograph to bring you up-to-the-minute earthquake announcements including waveform snippets from your very own Raspberry Shake. In doing so, EQInfo accesses the largest citizen-scientist earthquake detection network in the world to bring you high fidelity earthquake information.