CAP Workshop 2016

The 2016 Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation Workshop was 23-24 August, in Bangkok, Thailand. The hosts of this Workshop were the Asian Institute of Technology and the Sahana Software Foundation.

CAP Implementation Workshops focus on emergency alerting as enabled by the CAP standard, ITU-T Recommendation X.1303. At the Workshops, implementors of CAP and associated organizations discuss common issues and how best to expand adoption of CAP.

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