SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 26, 2014) - AtHoc, Inc., the leader in interactive crisis communication systems, today announced two executives will address the Third International Conference on Earthquake Early Warning. Hosted by the Berkeley Seismological Lab at the University of California, Berkeley, the conference kicks off September 3 at the UC Berkeley campus.
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Founded in 1897, the Lab -- together with the USGS and Caltech -- reports vital earthquake information within a few minutes of occurrence.
More than 140 registrants from 15 countries, 18 academic institutions and 10 private companies will attend the conference. Among them will be AtHoc's Efraim Petel, VP, Global Public Safety. He'll discuss the Mexican early warning system, considered one of the world's most effective systems. Aviv Siegel -- AtHoc's chief technology officer -- will serve on a panel with other experts, discussing industry use of earthquake early warning.
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Founded in 1999, AtHoc pioneered interactive crisis communication. Today, the company protects millions of people around the world -- including over 75 percent of U.S. Military and Homeland Security personnel and employees at Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft and Eastman Chemical. AtHoc was recently awarded Government Security News' (GSN) award for Best Mass Notification System and has also been recognized by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in its Magic Quadrant for Emergency Mass Notification Services and by IHS Inc. as The Fastest Growing Mass Notification Software Supplier. For more information about AtHoc, please visit athoc.com