Earth NetworksSM ,the leading provider of environmental observations networks and solutions, operates four environmental networks and offers a complete suite of end-to-end weather information and early warning systems.
The Earth Networks Weather Network (ENWN) is the largest weather network of more than 10,000 automated weather stations worldwide. The Earth Networks Total Lightning Network™ (ENTLN) is the first integrated wideband total lightning detection network delivering comprehensive detection of both in-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning on a global scale. Data from the ENTLN is used to generate advanced alerting of severe weather, as well as to produce PulseRadSM , a radar alternative, delivering similar visualization and benefits as radar at a lower cost. The Earth Networks Total Lightning System (ENTLS) is a complete regional or national scale total lightning detection system.
Earth Networks in the process of deploying its Greenhouse Gas Observation Network installing 100 greenhouse gas sensors globally by mid-2012 to more accurately measure, report and verify carbon, methane and other GHG gas emissions and sources.
The Earth Networks Boundary Layer Network (ENBLN) is the first monitoring network for the continuous collection of data within the planetary boundary layer up to around 30,000 feet providing round-the-clock profiles of temperature, humidity and liquid.