When liability strikes, learn how to protect your park.
Outdoor safety is paramount to park facility managers. We provide a host of severe weather intelligence products and services to ensure your recreational facility or park operations run smoothly. Our solutions are scaleable and we work with you to determine the best approach based on your goals.
- Protect and inform staff, members, and patrons about dangerous weather
- Automatically clear outdoor areas when lightning approaches
- Monitor environmental factors that can affect groundskeeping activities
Visualize and Collaborate in Real Time
Know when severe weather is approaching your facilities and collaborate in real-time with other locations. Sferic Maps has over 40 layers of real-time, hyperlocal weather data to help you make critical weather-related decisions when minutes matter.Learn more
Forecast incoming threats
Our professional meteorologists are available by phone 24/7 to provide breaking updates on changing weather conditions and forecasts specific to your location so you can prepare for what's coming.Learn more
Outdoor safety in action
The automated weather solution helped us in the long run. It provides real-time intelligence we need to make informed weather-related decisions. And most importantly, it helps us to protect people’s safety while they are out in the parks— Alise Flanjack, Deputy Director of Lee County Parks & Recreation
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 top 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