Integrated cloud-to-ground and in-cloud detection
Minimizes false alarm rates
Lightning network maximizes reliability
High-decibel horn (110 dBA)
170,000 peak candela strobe light
Siren sites equipped with built-in battery backup
Countdown clock to resume operations
Display to employees, patrons, and customers
Automatically resets when lightning is recorded
Outdoor facilities now have access to the first commercially available outdoor mass notification system that is fully integrated with in-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning detection technology.
As part of the OAS, you get access to Sferic Maps which includes:
Even if you aren’t actively monitoring the weather, our alerts will proactively notify you:
I've been clearing the golf course for 17 years, and I can't tell you how many times I've had to go out on the golf course and beg people to come off and they still stay out there when severe weather is
imminent. Since we've had the horn, I have not had that conversation.
Director of Golf at The Breakers Palm Beach
I think the Outdoor Alerting System is something necessary for every school. There's not much that parents value more than the safety of their children and a tremendous part of what we try to provide each and every day is the safety and security of our students.Mr. Sanelli
Coral Springs Christian Academy
For Cape Coral residents and Floridians in general, lightning and severe weather is always a threat, which means that we need to go above and beyond to help protect residents by leveraging the most proven, advanced lightning detection and alerting technology available. With OAS installed at many of our public parks, we can ensure that public safety remains our priority.Art Avellino
Athletic and Revenue Superintendent, City of Cape Coral
The horn alerting takes the onus off staff to inform visitors to seek shelter. During a game, everyone is looking down and not up at the skies at the weather. Parents are watching their kids, referees are watching the game, and players are keeping their eye on the ball - and no one wants the game to be interrupted. But people respect the horn and the technology.Trish Heffelfinger
Executive Director, Maryland Soccerplex
Maryland Soccerplex relies on lightning and severe weather alerting system to keep athletes safe
The Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds, MD is one of nation’s premier soccer facilities. Located within the South Germantown Recreational Park in the suburbs of Washington, DC, the 160 acre complexincludes the 64,000 square-foot indoor Discovery Sports Center, 22 immaculately groomed outdoor soccer fields, a championship outdoor stadium with seating for more than 3,000, and three lighted, synthetic turf fields.
Due to the size of the complex and limited staff, going field to field was no longer a safe and efficient method for operations to notify officials, players and parents of impending severe weather.
A trusted lightning detection and severe weather notification system made up of a comprehensive suite of weather sensors and tools designed to detect severe weather, alert visitors when severe weather is imminent and allow operations staff to prepare field conditions before and after the storm.
When Hurricane Irene threatened the fields just a few weeks after installation, the new horns sounded and alerted visitors of incoming danger. As the storms moved through the area, staff used custom views in their weather visualization tool to monitor approaching lightning and storm cells. Automatic alerts to mobile devices helped staff clear the area, cancel the games, and keep everyone safe.
Tell us about your organization and get a free safety audit, including a free lightning risk assessment report customized for your location.
Take the guess-work out of deciding when to take cover when lightning and severe storms threaten outdoor activities.
Find out why a lightning detection system is the right decision for recreation, schools, parks and other outdoor facilities.
Maryland Soccerplex relies on lightning and severe weather alerting system to keep athletes safe.
City of Cape Coral relies on automated lightning and severe weather alerting system to help keep citizens and visitors safe.
Caves Valley Golf Club has used Earth Networks online weather visualization solution for over three years, all season long on their 18-hole, all-walking golf course in Owings Mills, Maryland.