Early warning system for earthquakes

Imagine a future where we can forecast more accurately how the ground will shake when an earthquake occurs, significantly reducing the devastation they cause. It could soon be a reality. Professor MEGHAN S. MILLER shares how this could work with distributed acoustic technology. This innovative system uses a fibre optic cable as a network of sensors to detect and analyse seismic activity with incredible precision. The aim; real-time monitoring. With this technology, early warning systems and disaster preparedness could be vastly improved, potentially saving countless lives and reducing the economic impact of earthquakes.