FM Radio plays a critical role in Public Safety
Tornado Alert warning System
There were 1,152 confirmed tornadoes in the United States in 2022.
In an average year
800 tornadoes are reported nationwide, resulting in 80 deaths and 1500 injuries.
Saving lives in our community
The Quu "StayAlert" system reaches people in their car, to warn them of imminent danger.
Tornadoes in U.S. since 1950
Imagine Quu being in every radio station in every threatened market
Patent protection opportunity
Potential for FEMA grants as well
The StayAlert system is installed in one or many radio stations per market. Each station broadcasts a unique beacon, that additional stations can identify and lock onto. The result is a network of stations broadcasting alerts to listeners while taking advantage of FM's "Always On" capabilities.
Station #1 is unique in that it receives Alerts via Satellite, additional stations receive Alerts via the other stations FM RDS signal
Quu Emergency Alerts are broadcast by a highly reliable network of public and commercial radio stations that are linked together without reliance on the Internet.
StayAlert System Diagram
Seattle - Orcas Island Pilot Program
Crista Media & KUOW are committed to participate
StayAlert data distribution receivers reach the public in many ways.
Data distribution hardware
This professional StayAlert receiver distributes StayAlert messages to HDMI monitors & electronic signage for public viewing.
Portable, compact & affordable devices.
USB FM Tuner
Works with StayAlert Adapter & PC's
Works with Indoor/Outdoor Antennas
SD Card (For Upgrades)
HDMI Port (For TV's & Monitors)
USB Ports (FMTuner)
On Board WiFi Hotspot
Deaf/Hard of Hearing features
Bed Shaker contacts
Table Top Receiver
StayAlert RDS Data Processor
Advanced Subcarrier Processor
Eight RDS data receivers
Four Balanced Audio in/outputs
Remotely Managed IoT Device
Remote application deployment
Redundant Power Supply switching