Military

From the airbase to land and sea operations, we help military teams anticipate changing weather conditions – providing safety and military base resiliency every day.

Why Choose AEM?

Built from experience

Our team has decades of knowledge monitoring countless environments.

Mobile alerts

Stay up to date in the field, with hyper-local weather information.

Expert support

Our team of expert meteorologists, here for you 24/7.

How we can help

Threat tracking

Reliable weather intelligence

Whatever your operation, we can address all hydrometeorological threats including severe weather, wildland fires, flooding, river flows, and dam safety.  We provide actionable information for enhancing mission readiness and community preparedness.

global lightning detection

A vast lightning network

With more than 1,800 sensors in over 100 countries, we deliver comprehensive data wherever you operate. 95% detection efficiency means you can count on accurate data which serves military teams operating across the US and beyond.

your trusted partner

Alerts to keep everyone safe

Protect people and assets with automated siren alerts and countdown clocks. Everyone has the same information at the same time, helping you clear airfields and other workspaces before storms arrive. And when the danger has passed, your team can get back to work as quickly as possible.

Our Military solutions

Sferic Siren outdoor alerting system

Make sure everyone knows lightning is on the way with our automated outdoor alert system.

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Sferic Maps®

The ultimate severe weather visualization, decision support, and alerting tool, with a vast library of weather observation layers.

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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.
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Resources

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