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Mobile Threat Net®

Weather On The Move

 

 

Weather Data Outside of the Station

Don’t leave the station without having live weather in the vehicle. For those times when only a man on the street or aerial perspective will do, be sure to have Baron’s Mobile Threat Net displaying live weather conditions for your talent and crew. Keep the reporter out in the community in the loop, and keep your personnel safe with XM WX Satellite Weather and Mobile Threat Net software.

Current Weather in the News Truck or Chopper

Stay informed on the road. Give accurate descriptions of the weather situation while in the midst of the activity.

Satellite-Delivered Data

Broadcast via XM Satellite Radio’s dual satellites on a S-band signal, coverage over the continental US is strong, consistent and reliable.

GPS Compatible

See exactly where your truck is in relation to the weather with optional GPS integration.

The Same Data as at the Station

The advanced storm tracking algorithms that Baron uses for Mobile Threat Net is the same data that is available in the studio.

Easy to Use Interface

The software can be run on any PC, and the interface lets you quickly zoom in on the location of most interest.

Storm Tracking

Mobile Threat Net features Baron’s patented automated storm tracking, with proprietary technology to precisely identify and analyze inclement storm conditions.

Street-Level Mapping

Give your viewers the exact, hyper-local description of where weather is affecting their neighborhood, and have your crew there to cover it.

Layered Data Products

The Mobile Threat Net software allows you to layer multiple data products in a single view, giving you the clearest picture of what’s to come.

NWS Watches & Warnings

As soon as the National Weather Service puts out an alert, Mobile Threat Net will display the counties affected.

Technical Support and Updates

With every data subscription you get free technical support and upgrades to the software. So it’s never obsolete or unreliable.