Severe Weather Notification System
Provide contacts with the time necessary to prepare for severe weather.
Emergency Weather Warnings Require Reliability and Speed
Provide critical information to your contacts when they need it most with OnSolve’s effective, high-speed emergency notification system. With OnSolve, you can initiate weather alerts efficiently and reliably with a simple web-based process. Quickly determine key audiences to reach and send alerts to thousands of recipients at once deploying a wide variety of communication channels, all from one user interface. OnSolve’s emergency notification platforms help organizations reduce response times, saving lives and assets.The Ultimate Weather Notification Solution.
Highly secure. Easy to use.
Thousands of the world’s leading enterprises rely on OnSolve to send alerts rapidly and accurately when crisis strikes. With OnSolve, you can create messages that can be sent via voice, SMS, email, desktop alert, RSS feeds, mobile app and more.
Whether for emergency communications or routine enterprise collaboration, no solution matches the power, flexibility and ease of use of OnSolve. South Carolina County Uses CodeRED to Alert Residents Moments Before Dangerous Tornado Strikes
In 2017 two tornados wrought havoc through one of the most heavily populated residential and business areas in the county. According to Spartanburg County Emergency Management Director Doug Bryson, no one was injured or killed from the storm, in part because of the alert sent out to cell phones with the CodeRED Weather Warning application.
Geo-Targeted & Relevant Notifications
OnSolve's CodeRED Weather Warning uses a polygon methodology to interpret bulletins issued by the National Weather Service to determine the severity of the warning and the exact areas affected. The system then creates a calling database of all CodeRED Weather Warning subscribers within the projected path of severe weather. Instead of traditional county-based warnings, the system delivers targeted alerts to only those who may be affected, increasing their relevance and reducing false alarms.