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HotMapMail Service to confirm safety after disaster

HotMapMail Service to confirm safety after disaster

When a disaster strikes, will you be able to get in touch with your loved ones?
In the midst of the great, unpredictable confusion in the aftermath of a disaster, that can include collapsed buildings, fires, and power outages, keeping yourself safe may be all you can do. It can be extremely difficult to get in touch with your family members or workplace.

Even in times like this, our HotMapMail service offers the following:

  • *Receives disaster information and automatically sends e-mails immediately following a disaster.
  • *Sends e-mails with an attached map to those who need to be notified when necessary.

Our HotMapMail service is being utilized for business continuity planning (BCP) by corporations and as a benefit for their employees.

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  • [HotMapMail]

    *E-mails indicating your safety status are automatically sent out in accordance with the pre-registered types of disasters and locations.

    *Sends e-mails with comments to family members and friends who are also registered.

    *At the same time, you can also use the GPS function to let others know about your location.

  • [Employee summons e-mails]

    *An employee summons e-mail is automatically sent out in accordance with pre-registered types of disasters and locations.

    *Collected employee status information is clearly displayed as both a list and locations on a map.

    *While checking on employee assembly status, you can send out instructions using e-mails.

    *Railway/subway station and route information.

  • [Evacuation center map e-mail]

    *Evacuation center map e-mails are automatically sent out in accordance with the pre-registered types of disasters and locations.

    *Using the GPS function, the system lists suitable evacuation centers, and shows both your location and the locations of these evacuation centers on a map.