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Global Networks

Our global sensor networks -- the largest in the world -- provide real-time weather and lightning data, plus the most advanced warnings to severe weather. We also integrate data from sources such as the National Weather Service and the World Meteorological Organization for the most complete weather information and alerting possible:

  • Operate the world's largest total lightning network that provides real-time lightning proximity alerting.
  • Gather greenhouse gas data from more than two dozen sites around the U.S.
  • Establish public-private partnerships to provide the live weather conditions, relevant weather reports and the earliest weather warnings to safeguard lives and secure infrastructure.

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Highlights


                          
  • Weather from 10,000 proprietary weather stations
  • Weather from thousands of stations operated by the NWS and WMO.
  • Real-time pinpoint forecasts for 2.6 million locations worldwide.
 
  • Largest network for detecting cloud-to-ground and in-cloud lightning - a common precursor to severe weather.
  Our extensive camera network delivers live views and timelapse sequences from cities, parks, stadiums and other sites across the U.S.
 
  • Early Warning System implemented in a few weeks as a part of a public private partnership with the National Directorate of Meteorology of Guinea.
  • Provides real-time weather observations and forecasts, Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts and radar-like visibility into precipitation 
  • Read more on our project page.
 
  • Since 2010, Earth Networks has been engaged in a public-private partnership with the Brazilian Space Agency INPE to deploy a dense total lightning sensor network (BrasilDAT).
  • Visit our project page to learn more.
 
  • Our GHG sensors are measuring greenhouse gases for top-down MRV.
  • In partnership with Scripps Institution of Oceanography, NIST and others, we are measuring carbon emissions as part of the LA Megacities initiative.