On January 23, 2022, at 10:28:06, a magnitude 3.6 earthquake struck approximately 20km south of the Sea of Galilee, with shaking felt across Israel including the major cities of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv . Using two seismic arrays located relatively far from the earthquake epicenter, SeismicAI’s system detec
On December 4, 2021, at 13:01:10, a magnitude 3.9 earthquake struck the Greek Island of Chios, approximately 105km west of the city of Izmir in Turkey. Using only one seismic array located on the Turkish coast line, SeismicAI’s system accurately detected the event, providing 23 seconds of early warning. B
Want to hear what makes our earthquake and tsunami early warning system so special, and how it’s being deployed around the world? Listen to CEO Benny Sasson’s interview with Kan English News on December 14, 2021. Listen to the interview here.
SeismicAI was chosen by TechEmerge from over 300 entrants, and will pilot our cutting-edge technology solutions across India to address the twin challenges of immediate disaster response in the time of COVID-19 and building long-term disaster and climate resilience…
SeismicAI won a grant as part of the India-Israel Industrial R&D and Technological Innovation Fund (I4F) fund to adapt our system to the Himalayan region and offer a complete solution for the 8 states and hundreds of millions of people living there…
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