Whenever a big storm hits, businesses and operations of all types face challenges. Severe weather can disrupt supply chains, cause damage to assets, and even put employees in physical danger.
Your company or organization may not be able to control the weather, but you can prevent it from striking you unprepared. When you know in advance about approaching storms, you can make informed decisions, implement adverse weather plans, and take steps to protect your assets. By tracking the storm before it arrives, you are able to minimize risk and prioritize safety.
Who Can Benefit from Storm Tracking?
Industries and organizations of all sorts are affected by severe weather. Here are a few examples of what becomes possible with a severe weather tracker on your side:
- Airport operations managers can take measures to protect aircraft and ground assets while increasing crew and passenger safety
- Insurance companies can streamline their claims validation process after severe weather events and reduce the frequency of claims by warning policyholders of impending storms
- Power and utilities companies can prepare in advance to mobilize resources and tackle outages more effectively
- Businesses of any kind can reduce financial losses and improve their business continuity by adjusting their operations around incoming storms
How Does It Work?
The sooner you know about the approaching weather event, the better you are able to plan and prepare. That’s why an extensive network of live weather stations is a crucial component of any storm tracking service. Measurements from thousands of locations worldwide are integrated into real-time weather conditions and detailed forecasts. Once the data is processed, it can be disseminated to you and your company in the form of interactive weather maps, customized alerts, and a shareable online dashboard.
For more information about how a storm tracking service can help your company or organization, visit the Earth Networks website or give them a call at (301) 250-4000.