The presentation ceremony of the Dekas and Tadas systems took place at the RSSC
On September 8, at the Monitoring Center of the Republican Seismic Survey Center of ANAS, together with specialists from the Earthquake Department of the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency of the Republic of Turkey (AFAD), a presentation ceremony of the Dekas (Earthquake Parameters Measurement and Analysis System), Tadas (Database and Acceleration Analysis System) systems was held.
The event was attended by the Vice-President of ANAS, academician Ibrahim Guliyev, General Director of the RSSC ANAS, Corresponding Member of ANAS, Professor Gurban Yetirmishli, Head of the Earthquake Department of the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, Professor Orkhan Tatar, Professor of Ankara University Bahadir Aktug, employee of the Earthquakes Department (AFAD) Vedat Ozsaradj, head of the department “Dynamics of Earthquake Sources” of the RSSC, Doctor of Philosophy in geology and mineralogy, associate professor Sabina Kazimova, head of the Earthquake Research Bureau, Doctor of Philosophy of Earth Sciences Saida Ismayilova, head of the department “Geodynamics”, Doctor of Philosophy in geology and mineralogy, associate professor Ilyas Kazimov, head of the department of “International Relations” Telman Jafarov.
Corresponding Member of ANAS, Professor Gurban Yetirmishli spoke about the work done towards the installation of seismic stations, exchange of personnel experience, exchange of information and upcoming tasks, as well as the implementation of joint projects, based on the Protocol of Agreement reached between the AFAD Earthquake Department and the RSSC.
The vice-president of ANAS, academician Ibrahim Guliyev, who took part in the event, highly appreciated the effectiveness of the Dekas and Tadas systems.
Note that, according to the agreement between the parties, there is a mutual exchange of data from 10 seismic stations located in the border regions of both parties.