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Common Alerting Protocol - Australia ( CAP-AU-STD ) - warnings data - XML encoding standard

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For the authoritative metadata record for the CAP-AU standard, see: http://www.bom.gov.au/metadata/19115/ANZCW0503900539.\r\nFor further information about the CAP-AU standard, please contact the CAP-AU Custodian at cap-au@bom.gov.au or visit http://purl.org/cap-au/web/About.shtml.\r\nFor the CAP-AU Specification itself, see http://purl.org/cap-au/web/Spec.shtml\r\n\r\nCAP-AU is the Australian Profile of the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP). CAP is an open data standard that is developed and maintained by OASIS, a USA-based open standards organisation. CAP is an international xml encoding standard that facilitates the construction and exchange of all-hazard emergency alert and warning messages between various alerting technologies, systems and networks. CAP enables a single warning message to be prepared for dissemination simultaneously over a wide variety of warning systems that understand and can process CAP-formatted messages. \r\n\r\nThe standardised alerts produced using CAP can be exploited by a wide range of software applications and technology devices, each capable of processing the message and responding accordingly. Examples of the kinds of sensor and alerting technologies that can interoperate using CAP messages are data networks, landline and mobile phones, internet, fax, pagers, sirens, billboards and electronic road signs. \r\n\r\nEarly versions of CAP have been in use since 2009 in the various Australian jurisdictions and Commonwealth agencies that are responsible for distributing emergency warning messages to the Australian community. These existing implementations were used as the baseline to develop the common national approach used in this CAP-AU standard. \r\n\r\nFor further information about the CAP-AU standard please contact the CAP-AU Custodian at cap-au@bom.gov.au or visit http://purl.org/cap-au/web/About.shtml\r\n\r\nIntellectual Property Statement / Copyright Notice - Use of the CAP-AU-STD documents shall be in accordance with the Intellectual Property Statements and Copyright Notices detailed within each CAP-AU-STD document downloaded from this collection

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CAP-AU-STD "About" Website -
CAP-AU-STD v.3.0 Specification documents, and CAP-AU validator - This webpage contains links to the documents for the standards, as well as details of the CAP-AU Validator, a CAP-AU Feedback form, and related other documents.

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