Making a Tsunami
"The messages went out in time" April, 2014, President Michelle Bachelet
In February 2010, Chile suffered an 8.8 earthquake. The tsunami that followed claimed the lives of 560 people, unaware of the imminent threat. Four years later, an 8.3 earthquake hit the Chilean shore, again. The death toll of the tsunami was 5. The difference was evigilo's national alert system deployed in 2012. The first thing that the president of Chile said in a press conference after the tsunami was: "the messages went out in time" and there is no doubt that evigilo's solution saved lives that day.