A significant number of emergency response and public warning systems are using the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Alerting_Protocol), and from what I can tell are publishing those CAP files with RSS.
I’ve been experimenting with triggers in IFTTT, or in Zapier for more control (then sending those to IFTTT to trigger SmartThings), but that adds a lot of delay-time, and in the case of something like a tornado, every second counts.
Basically, if there were a warning matching a specific criteria and area (with SmartThings or something else checking the feed frequently), it would be great if this could trigger push notifications, texts, etc. like you can do now for a flood. Maybe even sound a siren. All of the actions are possible with SmartThings, but it’s just about parsing the data and creating the triggers.
Is anyone aware of any solution(s) for this? I wasn’t able to find one native to SmartThings, but maybe there’s something that would integrate nicely.