Baron Announces Threat Net Mobile App for On-the-Go Weather Monitoring

Through the Threat Net Mobile App, alerts can be created for tornadoes, lightning, flooding, ice storms, tropical storms and dangerous road conditions.

Baron, a provider of meteorological hardware and software, announces its mobile version of Baron Threat Net, allowing users to monitor important weather data by location, ensuring safety while on the go.

The Threat Net Mobile App touts many of the critical weather monitoring features included in other versions of the Baron Threat Net suite of services, such as web application and operations display. These features include high resolution, customizable mapping for weather monitoring down to street level, detailed data and visual monitoring on a variety of severe weather threats.

Another feature, Baron’s Critical Weather Indicators, highlights in real-time the most likely locations for tornado development.

Threat Net Mobile also displays National Weather Service advisories (watches and warnings) down to the county level. Tapping on a user’s location of choice will display all relevant advisory information. All of these features are presented in a fast, intuitive user interface designed for easy access wherever the user may be, the company says.

Forecast data also gives more time to prepare for severe and winter weather. Alerts can be created for tornadoes, lightning, flooding, ice storms, tropical storms and dangerous road conditions.

All of the advanced Baron weather data included in the Threat Net app can also be easily integrated into third-party apps via Baron’s Mobile Toolkit. Organizations across different business verticals are currently using Baron’s Mobile Toolkit as part of their mobile applications.

Baron’s technology is designed to be user-friendly and accessible to a wide range of customers who might not have any meteorological background. Tablet devices supported by 3G or 4G reception lets the user see where they are in relation to any weather.

The Baron Threat Net Mobile App has been redesigned to improve user experience through a new, streamlined, easy-to-use user interface.

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