Today (September 2), Mr. Thungkuranan, chief technology officer of Thailand's second largest mobile operator Total Access Communication (DTAC), said that if a storm hits, it will cause heavy rains and floods in many northern and northeastern provinces of Thailand. DTAC has urgently dispatched the team to the area. Especially in the provinces affected by the political storm, affecting Ubon Ratchathani, Kalasin, Nong Khai, Amnat Charoen, Nakhon Phanom, Udon Thani, Yasothon, Mukdahan, Sakon Nakhon and Roi Et
The team quickly entered the area based on the emergency response plan. Heavy rain Initially introduced an emergency electric mixer and prepared oil reserves in the event of a power outage in the flood zone. The DTAC base station will be able to provide continuous service after a power outage. Lead to some areas that may be affected at the beginning and can resume normal use
In addition, DTAC has developed an additional emergency support program to refurbish base stations, such as mobile BTS vehicles, and fast-moving vehicles for access to and from the base station for emergency care and repair. Spare vehicles in flood-prone areas and maintenance spares in storm and flood emergency situations. Consisting of teams from different regions, DTAC will coordinate assistance in an emergency 24 hours a day.