Since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, we have been providing disaster information 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition to earthquakes and tsunamis, we have also experienced volcanic eruptions, heavy snowfalls, floods and landslides caused by typhoons and heavy rains, tornadoes, and major power outages.
With each experience, we re-evaluate and review the way we communicate information, and have developed a system for distributing disaster prevention information in order to quickly deliver accurate information to protect lives.Learn More
The NERV Disaster Response Vehicle is a PHEV, a hybrid vehicle with power generation capabilities, that can be deployed to ensure that our information dissemination activities can continue in the event of an accident or disaster that results in a prolonged power outage.
When we imagined what would happen if a blackout like the one caused by the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake were to occur in the Tokyo metropolitan area, we could see ourselves helplessly regretting our lack of preparedness. As long as such events are possible, we want to be as prepared as possible.
Voice Actor: Tetsuya Iwanaga (portrayed Kensuke Aida in the Neon Genesis: Evangelion series) / Planning and Production: Gehirn Inc. / Video Production: mimoid inc. and Shunsuke Sugiyama / Music Production: PASOCOM MUSIC CLUB / Audio Production: Takaki Kato (TREE Digital Studio) / Assistants: Ayuko Kuwata, Kanta Doki, Yutaro Nakamura / Cooperation: Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Our disaster prevention information distribution service is a fully automated system that converts information distributed by the Japan Meteorological Agency, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, and electric power companies into easy-to-understand text, attaches a generate image, and distributes the message through a system designated by the customer, or automatically tweets it from their own accounts.
Using the technology we have cultivated in our infrastructure business, we've been able to build a highly reliable and available configuration on the cloud, and continue to deliver information in a configuration that minimizes the impact of disasters and failures. Since the nature of traffic changes between normal times and times of disaster, providing services while maintaining high availability on the cloud, such as distribution via CDN or combining multiple services, requires know-how for building redundant configurations and operational costs. However, based on our experience in building such services, we are able to offer this service at a fixed price and at a low cost, which is a major feature of this service.
This service is ideal for distributing information over the internet and on digital signage.
If you have any questions about Gehirn's vulnerability analysis or disaster prevention information distribution system, feel free to contact us via the form below. One of our representatives will respond as soon as they can.