Tornado Alert

Tornado Alert is a scientific breakthrough based upon over 40 years of research. Unlike existing warning technologies, Tornado Alert constantly monitors the skies in real-time for electrical activity

Based upon over 40 years of scientific research and with NASA validated methodology, Tornado Alert’s detection capabilities offer industry leading accuracy, comparable only to NASA and NOAA’s GOES-R satellite due for launch into Earth’s orbit later this year. With 95 percent accuracy, Tornado Alert will warn you faster than any weather radio or news broadcast. Where existing alerting and warning technologies that rely on radio, internet, TV broadcast or SMS messages typically fail, for example in the event of a power cut, loss of cell coverage or electrical interference, common side effects of electrical storms, Tornado Alert continues to monitor the proximity of danger to your exact location.

30 Mile Radius

Tornado Alert constantly listens to the atmospheric frequencies with a range of 30 miles from your exact location, listening for what NASA scientists call tweeks, whistlers and sferics. All are significant unique identifiers of intense electrical activity in the atmosphere, including lightening, severe weather and the precise conditions in which tornadoes are created.

30 Minutes Warning

Being warned in ample time could mean the difference between life and death. Tornado Alerts patented technology warns you of impending danger, identifying the nature of the threat and giving you a live proximity reading so you can see how close the severe storm, lightning or tornado is to your location, giving you the critical time to get your family to safety.

95% Accurate

Based upon over 40 years of scientific research and with NASA validated methodology, Tornado Alert’s detection capabilities offer industry leading accuracy, comparable only to NASA and NOAA’s GOES-R satalite due for launch into Earth’s orbit later this year. With 95% accuracy, when Tornado Alert’s warning siren and strobe light go off, it’s time to get to safety.

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