Lightning kills more than 2,000 people per year worldwide. Most of these deaths occur in places without sufficient severe weather alert systems.
In the United States alone, 112,310,896 million lightning strikes were detected in 2019 — only 17% of those hit the ground. The majority of lightning activity occurs up in the clouds where you may not be able to see or hear it until you are already in danger. This makes it incredibly difficult to reliably protect yourself, your employees, and your visitors from severe weather without the help of some monitoring and alerting system.
Do you have a sufficient severe weather & lightning alert system in place?
This Lightning Alerting Systems Buying Guide will clearly illustrate the difference between alerting technology available on the market today and help you decide what system you need.
Find out why a lightning detection system is the right decision for recreation, schools, parks and other outdoor facilities and learn:
- The dangers of lightning and severe weather
- The must-have features for outdoor automated severe weather alerting systems
- The difference between lightning detection and lightning prediction technologies
Find out how to effectively protect yourself, your employees, and your visitors from lightning using the latest monitoring and alerting technology.