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Embedded in Weatherzone Business’ industry interfaces, the system gives you a time advantage when monitoring conditions developing over your infrastructure and location.
Stormtracker is our Global Information System (GIS) tracking tool, providing multiple weather layers and zoom controls overlaid on a map of your location and infrastructure. You can choose a snapshot or full screen view, depending on your requirements. The maps allow you to monitor all weather, and specifically any systems likely to cause risk for your business. You also have the capacity to observe:
Stormtracker’s radar imagery updates every 10 minutes, so you are always able to respond rapidly to changing conditions. You can customise alerting to notify you when your staff or infrastructure are under threat. With increased situational awareness, your ability to make informed decisions quickly is optimised.
Weatherzone Business’ experience and intelligence gives you a clear path through complex situations. Let us assist you, offering actionable insight when extreme weather poses risk to your business.
Stormtracker’s weather data updates every 10 minutes giving you the lead time to respond to incoming weather threats.
Localised GIS mapping over your infrastructure allows you a clear visual on potential impact, directing your operational response.
Your alerting can be customised to your proximity thresholds, advising you on lightning and thunderstorms, as well as fire, flood and wind.
Weatherzone Business’ foundations are built on:
We relish the challenge of complex weather problems, creating intuitive solutions to reduce impacts on your business, and improve efficiency and safety outcomes.
With the global climate shifting into unchartered territory, you can rely on us to evolve with you, providing the most reliable weather nowcasting and forecasting to see you through challenging conditions.
We can work with you to positively impact your output, keep your staff and assets safe, and optimise your response to the weather.
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