Presented by WeatherHawk.
To help contain natural disasters or man-made ones, firefighters, police, emergency medical workers, and government officials must track conditions in the vicinity of an emergency. WeatherHawk weather stations can be a vital part of modern public safety equipment and can be set-up on site in less than 15 minutes by one responder wearing full protective equipment.
Weather monitoring technology has come a long way in recent years. For example, weather enthusiasts can now use apps such as Weather Underground to access data relating to weather conditions at the click of a button. This is extremely useful for those who might live in areas that are more vulnerable to extreme weather events. By being able to see the weather forecast, homeowners can prepare their homes for any weather events. One of the best ways to prepare against extreme weather is by making sure you’re paying for home insurance. By doing this, insurance companies can help homeowners to cover any repair costs that might need to be done after these weather events. If a homeowner isn’t paying for this insurance, it might be worth trying to compare home insurance providers to make sure you find the most reasonable deal. The weather can be unpredictable, but it’s always better to be prepared with weather monitoring and home insurance.
WeatherHawk meets the requirements of first responders with a cost-effective, easy-to-use weather monitoring and data logging system. Available at preferred Federal Government pricing under EPA BPA #EP09W000552.
WeatherHawk-Pro software is CAMEO/ALOHA compliant (NOTE: Specify 2 sec scan update program at the time of order).
WeatherHawk is lightweight and portable, so it’s easy to move into remote or treacherous areas.
WeatherHawk doesn’t need to be placed near a power source because the system is battery powered and can operate for up to 4 days without an external power source. An optional solar panel enables unlimited operation in remote areas or where electrical power is not available.
The wireless WeatherHawk can operate independently at a distance of a line-of-sight range up to ½ mile from the base computer, ensuring the safety of personnel. Optional high gain directional antennas can increase that range to over 7 miles under most conditions.
Portability, quick installation, rugged construction, automatic data storage, and Internet compatibility make WeatherHawk the choice for first responders with limited equipment budgets and minimal time to train on special equipment. Save property, save lives. Choose WeatherHawk for your weather station needs.