Consistent license directory for gempa modules
Feb 17, 2022 · Products
For maintaining consistent SeisComP systems with gempa modules we are now dropping the default support for licenses in @CONFIGDIR@/licenses and only read from @DATADIR@/licenses.
Dec 14, 2021 · Products
Our dedicated tsunami module, TOAST, supports media to provide high-quality tsunami information and alerts to the public after earthquakes which potentially generate tsunamis. As tsunamis may be of high risk to societies living along the ocean’s shores, TOAST plays a key role in saving live and protecting infrastructure.
Jul 12, 2021 · Products
gsm is our preferred solution for installing and updating SeisComP and gempa modules by a single application. It ensures consistent and up-to-date SeisComP systems and makes their maintenance easy by a very few commands.
Apr 16, 2021 · Products
We are now providing nightly packages for SeisComP allowing you to download bleeding-edge software packages without compiling yourself. All new features of SeisComP3 have been finally merged into the last release.
Mar 1, 2021 · Products
In SeisComP 4.5.0 we have simplified the increasingly complex configuration of magnitudes. However, some configurations must be adjusted by you. Other parameters in the global and scautoloc module configurations were changed in earlier SeisComP 4 minor versions.
Jan 12, 2021 · Products
CentOS8 will be discontinued by RedHat but gempa continues to support RHEL and renamed it’s software repositories from centos to rhel. The CentOS team recently announced the switch from CentOS to CentOS Streams:
May 16, 2018 · Products
Our totally refreshed EQInfo in version 2.0.0 keeps you up-to-date and alerts you about the latest earthquakes. EQInfo shows maps and table of earthquakes and live seismograms from RaspberryShake seismographs. You can create and share your own felt reports about earthquakes or read the reports from others.
Sep 19, 2014 · Products
What? We established an organization at Github to improve collaboration and source code availability. Why? Because we think that Github is a great collaboration platform for software development. Currently people send us patches via email and tracking all issues becomes quite difficult in our email inboxes.