Earth Networks offers a wide portfolio of information services and products for businesses, schools and government agencies to receive precise, live weather conditions, visualization and early warnings to confidently protect lives and property. Earth Networks provides global, innovative weather solutions for consumer and business users.
The Earth Network weather network of international weather stations is the world's largest with sensors and cameras located at schools, major sports stadiums and public safety facilities across the United States. In addition, the network continues to expand internationally, including a significant presence in Canada and the UK.
More than 100 federal, state and local emergency response and government agencies, including the National Weather Service and the Department of Homeland Security, rely on Earth Networks weather information for mission-critical decisions when managing risks and aiding in protecting the public. Earth Networks has a strong presence in the energy sector empowering traders with information to analyze existing and potential weather conditions in their trading regions that impact the prices of electricity and gas. In addition, Earth Networks agricultural solutions empower growers with access to weather information that has major financial benefits when spraying valuable chemicals, predicting yields or pinpointing a farm management problem. Earth Networks solutions are used by major sports organizations, facilities and recreational parks/resorts to support operational and contingency planning for events and player/spectator safety.
Under the WeatherBug consumer brand, over 70 NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX broadcast partners use Earth Networks weather information during their daily newscasts to millions of viewers every day. Additionally, thousands of schools apply the K-12 Earth Networks Achieve® curriculum in the classroom to improve math and science test scores and/or use Earth Networks Protect, the first real-time location-based mobile weather alerting product.