ign_sismologia platform lets you integrate a GeoRSS feed provided by the
Spanish Instituto Geográfico Nacional with information
about seismic events like earthquakes on the Iberian Peninsula and Canary
Islands. It retrieves incidents from a feed and shows information of those
incidents filtered by distance to Home Assistant’s location.
Entities are generated, updated and removed automatically with each update
from the feed. Each entity defines latitude and longitude and will be shown
on the default map automatically, or on a map card by defining the source
ign_sismologia. The distance in kilometers is available as the state
of each entity.
The data is updated every 5 minutes.
To integrate the IGN Sismología feed, add the following lines to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry geo_location: - platform: ign_sismologia
The minimum magnitude of an earthquake to be included.
The distance in kilometers around Home Assistant’s coordinates in which seismic events are included.
Latitude of the coordinates around which events are considered.
Latitude defined in your
Longitude of the coordinates around which events are considered.
Longitude defined in your
The following state attributes are available for each entity in addition to the standard ones:
|latitude||Latitude of the earthquake.|
|longitude||Longitude of the earthquake.|
|external_id||The external ID used in the feed to identify the earthquake in the feed.|
|title||Original title from the feed.|
|region||Textual description of named geographic region near to the event.|
|magnitude||Reported magnitude of the earthquake.|
|publication_date||Date and time when this event occurred.|
|image_url||URL to a map supplied in the feed marking the location of the event. This could for example be used in notifications.|
# Example configuration.yaml entry geo_location: - platform: ign_sismologia radius: 100 minimum_magnitude: 2.0 latitude: 37.39 longitude: -5.99