Real-time WBGT readings at your location
10-Minute WBGT averages
Historical WBGT values
Automated location-based alerts for dangerous heat
Mass alert delivery via email, text and mobile app
Set custom thresholds for acclimatization periods with pre-configured alerts
Make weather-safe decisions
Develop plans that follow regional guidelines
Report on historical WBGT values
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Protect student athletes from dangerous heat conditions with a comprehensive heat stress management solution that includes:
Help keep your entire community safe from extreme heat at your park or recreation facility with:
Safeguard your most important asset from dangerously hot working conditions with a WBGT solution with:
Protect Students with Wet Bulb Globe Temperature
States around the country are increasingly turning towards towards wet bulb globe temperature for their heat stress management policies because it better measures the impact heat has on a body than the heat index or temperature alone.
Heat-related illnesses and deaths continue to plague student athletes because of a lack of accurate WBGT readings, faulty handheld equipment, manual alerts, and human error. The lack of comprehensive monitoring, forecasting, and alerting systems leave vulnerabilities in heat policies.
Real-time WBGT readings, hyperlocal forecasts, and automated mass alerts from an on-site weather station ensure everyone is on the same page and following the best practices towards acclimatizing and protecting student athletes in dangerous environmental conditions.
With well-defined protocol and mass alerts, schools, districts, counties, and states are best equipped to plan and adjust athletic activities and safeguard their greatest assets: The students.
Precise measurements help you plan activities and meet state requirements.
How to protect students, works, and visitors from extreme heat