Yunika, Shinjuku City Sign Agreement on Emergency Broadcasting

Yunika Corp. and the city of Shinjuku (Mayor: Kenichi Yoshizumi) have signed
an agreement regarding the use of Yunika Vision for emergency broadcasts
in the event of a large-scale earthquake or other natural disasters,
to provide information to people in the vicinity of Shinjuku Station.

In the event of a large-scale earthquake, or an earthquake that hits Tokyo directly,
many people are expected to be stranded in Shinjuku Station, resulting in confusion
and disorder among those who are unable to leave the vicinity.

Yunika had already been conducting trial broadcasts together with
the Shinjuku Area Disaster Prevention Council, made up of businesses and universities
in the city and nearby areas, as part of emergency response training aimed at dealing with
stranded commuters. Utilizing its experience from these exercises, Yunika has agreed with
Shinjuku that it will provide emergency information, as necessary, during disasters.
It has also agreed that it will broadcast in four languages: Japanese, English, Chinese
and Korean.

Yunika will also continue to work with the city of Shinjuku to come up with
easy-to-understand emergency broadcast content and to create more effective ways to
disseminate information in times of disaster.



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