Disaster Resilience


1. Weather Tracking

  • One of the first steps towards Disaster Resilience is proactive monitoring. Our Research & Development team has installed weather stations in Chennai for education and resilience purposes. These Weather stations are monitored 24/7.
  • Click on the links below to be updated on live weather reports from these stations.

Mantra Station at Mylai
Mantra Station at RMYC


2. Sailing training infrastructure support

 Our organization supports rescue infrastructure for Royal Madras Yacht club and Tamil Nadu Sailing Association by providing rescue boats and other life-saving accessories, in its effort to make sailing a desirable hobby among children and young adults. We have taken specific efforts to bring international best practices in terms of compliance with safety. Compliance on safety includes emergency communication on board, safety jackets, emergency food, solar power, and other aspects.



3. Disaster resilience infrastructure support

Disaster resilience infrastructure refers to a combination of people and resources that can be deployed at the time of disaster. This includes communication infrastructure and rescue infrastructure.

Communication Infrastucture Support

A ham radio operator usually carries on experiments with various communication equipment and systems and at the same time provide great service to the people in general worldwide by way of organizing on-the-air emergency medical traffic, establishing emergency communication network during natural calamities like flood, cyclone, storm, earthquake or any other disaster. Amateur Radio stations act as the ‘SECOND LINE’ of communication when existing public or governmental communication links fail to act.

There has been major innovations in this field and we enable the operators and Ham Radio clubs with physical infrastructure – place, equipment’s to experiment and come together during the time of emergencies.


Rescue Infrastructure Support

Rescue is needed for both land and sea. And one of the most important infrastructures needed is transport and safety equipment. During floods, regular passenger vehicles submerge in water and unsafe for the rescuer. This transportation includes sturdy all-weather multi-utility vehicles with the ability to carry safety and rescue kits, first aid and the ability to transport from the point of distress to point of rescue.

Mantra is closely monitoring the research data and other developments on disaster management across the globe.