Direct integrated use of history data regarding lightning strikes and thunders in Aratos Disaster Control.

08 November 2016

ADC now includes a new, innovative service: Near real time history data of recorded lightning strikes and thunders with their respective geographical locations and dates.

The user can select a date in order to display the respective lightning strikes and thunders on the map. There are available data on lightning strikes and thunders until six hours ago.

Using statistical analysis on the data provided one can estimate the risk of an area to be struck by lightning or thunder and can plan for accident prevention by installing lightning rods.

This new service is useful for civil protection services, for scientists in the environmental sector, for local authorities and for anyone that wants these data for direct or indirect use.

Aratos Technologies has created the integrated system of natural disaster management Aratos Disaster Control (ADC). The system is designed for crisis management situations and is used as an ideal tool for depicting and monitoring hazards as well as assessing the damage after the crisis.

The system can detect the progress, almost in real time, as well as the history of past natural disasters (fires, earthquakes, landslides, etc.) for the user's area of interest and present the data in an interactive geographical map (GIS), 24x7.

ADC consists of an amalgam of various technologies such as satellite images and data as well as GNSS signals (Global Navigation Satellite System), which are combined in an integrated architecture, and delivers processed, meaningful information to the user and alerts via sms and emails.

We continue to innovate in space technologies since 2005.

For more info visit www.aratosdisastercontrol.com.

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