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  1. GAREC-2005 IARU Region 3 Presentation Jay S. Oka, JA1TRC Assistant to the Secretary, IARU Region 3

  2. Recent Major Disasters in Region 3 • 1970.11: Cyclone-Bangradesh • 1976.07: Tangshan Earthquake-China • 1999.01: Kobe Earthquake-Japan • 1999.09: Earthquake-Taiwan • 2001.01: Gujarat Earthquake-India • 2003.12: Bam Earthquake-Iran • 2004.12: Indian Ocean Tsunami

  3. Dec. 2004 Tsunami Case (1) • 5 Countries in Region 3 heavily damaged. India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand • 5 IARU member Societies actively involved in the relief operations. ARSI (India), MARTS (Malaysia), RAST (Thailand), RSSL (Sri Lanka), ORARI (Indonesia)

  4. RAST Report and Summary of Amateur Radio Activity (1)During Dec. 26th 2004 to Jan. 1st 2005 • Daily operating log • List of operators and support teams • List of foreign A.R.Station connected via Echolink • Copy webpage of World Wide Emergency / Disaster Center • Email messages confirmation in connecting to HS1WFK-L for the emergency traffic from Thailand • Reply email from K1RFD to the thankful email from HS1WFK

  5. RAST Report and Summary of Amateur Radio Activity (2) : Daily Operating Log (1) • Dec 26: Start monitors on 145.725 MHz Echolink RF gateway. (34 foreign stations) • Dec 27: Announce email address for Int’l queries. “CANADA” conference connected. (368 Stations) • Dec 28: Connected Secretariat of Prime Minister office, TV9, The Royal Air force. (691 stations) • Dec 29: Problems with Internet connection. Echolink was interrupted often. (827 stations)

  6. RAST Report and Summary of Amateur Radio Activity (3) : Daily Operating Log (2) • Dec 30: Airplane survey. Diving survey. Connected by HF, VHF. (786 stations) • Dec 31: Announcement for voluntary to search for foreign tourists. Return inform’n received via email. (555 stations) • Jan 1: Most of normal comm restored in the area. Echolink disconnected at 7:30 pm (12:30 UTC) (129 stations. 3390 in total)

  7. Questionnaires (1) • How many days your team devoted for? • How many people engaged in total? • How many radio sets were used? • What support from outside your Society? • Was your emergency organization changed after Tsunami? • Your Society is now instituted?

  8. Questionnaires (2) 7. Are you participating national training? 8. Any other supplemental comments? 9. What was welcomed items? 10. What were difficult items for operation? 11. What is the most important issue(s) for the disaster communication you had experienced?

  9. Answer from India (1) (VU2GMN) • From Dec 26 to Jan 3rd nominal • Close to 1000 people, including non hams • Over 100 sets used, HF and VHF • World wide support, HF, Echolink, IRLP • Disaster Comm Seminar organised • National plan still under formulation

  10. Answer from India (2) • No regular disaster training yet • ARSI disaster relief coordinator assigned • Immediate response from ham community • No set plan of operation, working in isolation, no inter coordination • Lack of planning, non availability of emergency communication kits

  11. Answer from RAST (1) • From Dec 26 to Jan 1, to end of Jan • 5 key people + 10 hams for RAST • 5 Echolink nodes, 1 RF gateway, 5 repeaters, 100+ handhelds, HF 4. PR from TV, 100 calls from non hams 5. Thailand AR Emergency Services-TARES 6. National Disaster Warning Center-NDWC

  12. Answer from RAST (2) • Observing and giving advice to NDWC • A lot of problems need to be solved • Looking to the future, funding support, public acceptance • It requires 24 hour 7 day operation • Coordination among amateur radio operators

  13. Aftermath of Tsunami Case • Response from Official vs Personal Base In reply to JARL offer of support, some Region 3 Societies were deserved to accept. However, those support of radio equipment was requested by the officer of such Societies, as Personal bases. • This may be close connected that some countries announced they were not support given states but support giving states.