Severe Weather Risk Management

Severe weather events can unleash costly damage at any time. When you know what’s ahead, you can minimize risk and operational downtime.

Why Choose AEM?

Pinpoint accuracy

Small errors can have big impacts. Our localized sensors provide the accuracy needed to protect people and assets.

Insights on the move

Monitor severe weather and receive custom mobile notifications, wherever you are.

International to hyper-local

Our vast network of weather stations helps you access relevant data for you to assess risk.

How we can help

Storm tracking visualization

The perfect blend of information

As a single-solution provider, we connect you with the ideal combination of data, risk analysis and strategic insights. Unlock visualization tools for situational awareness and automated alerts to drive decisive actions that protect your operations.

data library

A catalog of data sets

On top of real-time readings, you can access a wealth of historical weather analysis. Quickly visualize long-term trends, spot potential safety concerns, and gain a deeper understanding of where your people or assets could be at risk.

24/7 Meteorological team

Your own expert meteorologists

Overwhelmed by data? Our team helps you diagnose and assess what matters. We can tailor forecasts that shed light on hard choices, like if you should adjust staffing, change operating hours, or modify delivery schedules – all based on the latest climate conditions.

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Related Products & Services

Customer Stories

Case Study

How JetBlue Airways manages severe weather

Watch how they keep crews and airplanes safe from a variety of severe weather situations.

Case Study

Viamo partnership enables farmers with life-saving forecasts

The 3-2-1 mass communication system helps farmers determine when it is safe to tend to their fields.

report & Webinar

2021 U.S. Lightning Report

Every day, our Earth Networks Total Lightning Network® (ENTLN) monitors lightning activity worldwide, triggering alerts to keep people safe from severe weather.

With the release our latest 2021 U.S. Lightning Report, we identify recent trends in lightning activity and help you prepare for a safer year ahead.

  • How Earth Networks detected 446,726,668 in-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning pulses within the U.S in 2021.
  • The top states and counties with the highest volume of lightning.
  • The areas of the country with thunderstorm activity that was different from historical averages.
Watch the webinar and read the report


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