From the safety of patients and facilities to the safe passage of ambulance routes, Baron Threat Net provides essential tools for protecting life and assets during inclement weather. Powerful alerting and notification tools allow you to monitor specific weather threats or weather extremes—24 hours a day without manning the computer.
Whether mobile or in your operations center, you can identify the threat and make the right action plan, more efficiently and effectively.
Easy to Use on Any Device
The service works with any web-enabled browser, providing full control over your map views and displayed information. Simple taps and swipes select data, and move the map. Local mapping is clearly labeled, with street-level detail befitting Threat Net’s high-resolution weather data. Plus, if you have a GPS-enabled tablet with 3G/4G reception, you can see your current location depicted on the map as an overlay.
For use on smart phones, we provide a complementary app—powerful and easy to use, with most of the capability as the main service. So wherever the task takes you, with Baron Threat Net, mission-critical weather data is just a tap or click away.
Comprehensive and Intelligent Weather Data
With Baron Threat Net, you don’t need to be a meteorologist to track weather’s impact on your operations. With more than 50 data products included, 18 of which are Baron-exclusive, the greatest threats in your area can be quickly and accurately identified. So you can ensure your preparation and response plans are effective.
The Most Accurate Storm Tracking
Baron Storm Vectors do the meteorology for you, automatically identifying high winds, hail and possible tornadoes. These threats are pinpointed on the map with color-coded arrows pointing in the storm’s direction of movement. Click the arrow to automatically track the storm, viewing the storm’s expected path and estimated times of arrival in communities.
Our storm tracks are more accurate than what you’ll find in other weather websites, because they are designed to locate the strongest areas of storms, not just the storm center. We also make use of the latest radar technologies to enhance our storm tracks. All this means threats can be detected earlier, with more accurate placement and community arrival forecasts.