Each GeoTranSensor can cover approximately 100 miles working alone. It gives up to three hours of advanced notice of earthquakes. This system uses advanced science technology and does not depend on sound or movement to indicate the coming event. A networked system is currently under development. Each location is different and research must be done before a sensor can be approved for a GeoTranSensor service.
Researchers can view logs and live readings from the sensor operating on the New Madrid fault.
The Geotransensor has two modes. LP and RP. The LP mode is local 100 miles approximately from Searcy Arkansas. The RP mode can foresee Large earthquakes >4 at incredible distances and commonly predicts smaller events from 1.0 to 3.0 along the New Madrid over 125 miles. The Rp sensor is designed for the coming network. It will be used to find and locate areas that will produce quakes. The LP sensor is an area monitor made to watch over city’s and areas of concern. The Arkansas area receives about 11 earthquakes a year currently. When formulating the percentage of predicted quakes, please consider this. In the past it has been 99 percent effective in predicting small earthquakes locally. A large damaging earthquake would in all likelihood be predicted 100 percent of the time by the LP sensor.