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A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO PROTECTION 

Our high-resolution radar network helps state leaders juggle strategic planning and tactical execution before and when catastrophic weather arrives. This supplemental data to the National Weather Service’s NEXRAD radar network allows officials to proactively plan for natural disasters, to protect resources and meet federal regulations. 

As each radar comes online, our database grows, providing valuable information to assist in forensic analysis of damage from severe weather events and in the future, identifying trends that inform infrastructure and building regulations and policies designed to reduce extreme weather-related injuries, fatalities, and business losses. 

SOLUTION: RADAR AS A SERVICE

REIMAGINE RADAR DATA ACCESS TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC

Our high-definition radar network creates an overlapping mosaic of scans that eliminate coverage gaps and identifies heavy precipitation and dangerous wind minutes earlier. 

Benefits of RaaS

  • Mobile friendly, browser based real-time display of local radar products such as reflectivity, velocity to show you rain, snow, hail and tornadoes 
  • Immediate access to archived storm data such as rainfall accumulation, hail and tornado signatures to assist in disaster response activities such as dispatch and recovery, long-term storm data to support forensic analysis, report, and proposal writing. 
  • Low annual data services contract instead of burdening communities with the high cost of a multi-million-dollar radar acquisition. 

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WE’RE REVOLUTIONIZING THE WEATHER INDUSTRY

Our extensive weather data and revolutionary, proprietary climate technologies identify real-time dangers and produce more accurate predictions and forecasting models.

Learn More About What Makes Us Different

 

Radar Network

First of its kind, proprietary, high-resolution, low-atmosphere radar network

Advanced Modeling

Advanced numeric weather prediction modelling with unprecedented processing speeds

Satellite Network

High resolution, global observational datasets for advanced weather forecasting

Technical Expertise

Unparalleled technical expertise across infrastructure and weather forecast information

As weather dynamics shift, the eastern seaboard could get nine more thunderstorm days per year. 

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