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Street-Level Detail with New Hail Tracking Product from SWIFT Weather

by Rory Groves        March 22, 2013  |  9:18 am  |  Category: Company | Latest News
Screenshot of Hail Tracker Summary Reports
 

Hail tracking for contractors before and after recent hail storms is now easier with LiveHailReports.com—the newest online weather-tracking product suite from the award-winning weather software developer SWIFT Weather. The new hail tracking software provides real-time and recent hail storms damage reports enabling contractors to locate residential and commercial properties which need their services after hailstorm damage, wind and tornado damage. Contractors especially will benefit from the new easy-to-use, printer-friendly Summary Reports feature that lets the user find any hail, wind or tornado report in the last five years up to the present. Street-level graphics show exactly where the hail fell and the simple online search by city and date lets contractors find individual storms or all storms for a selected city.

"Hail tracking with our detailed hailstorm damage summaries and street-level graphics allows contractors to quickly identify people who need their services," said SWIFT Weather CEO Rory Groves. "Our hail reports are very affordable and easily the best value on the market," concluded Groves.

In addition to the new Summary Reports on LiveHailReports.com, other products also include Real-Time Hail Tracker enabling contractors to beat their competitors to a job by pinpointing the exact location of homes and businesses which have suffered recent hailstorm damage – anywhere in the United States –showing up-to-the-minute activity. With this product an aerial photography map of homes and businesses is interactive, allowing the user to export data to Microsoft Excel or Google Earth. In addition, Historical Hail Data web-based interface product allows users to look up a year’s worth of hailstorm damage reports at one time. Quickly browse through a listing of hail reports for a particular state and plot over an interactive map and export data to Microsoft Excel or Google Earth. All LiveHailReports.com's products are web-based software and compatible with any computer.

Six Months Free .. Season Pass is Back!

by Rory Groves        March 15, 2013  |  12:23 pm  |  Category: Latest News

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NEW: Flood Tracking Layers now Available!

by Rory Groves        March 8, 2013  |  2:25 pm  |  Category: Latest News

Stay Ahead of the Storm with new RIVER STAGE and FLOOD PREDICTION Layers in Weather Defender

Take advantage of our newest enhancements to Weather Defender with Flood Tracking layers:

  • Current River Depths & Flood Stages
  • Forecasted Flood Heights & River Crests
  • Nationwide Flood Outlook

Don't be caught off guard this Spring! If you live in flood-prone areas, or would simply like real-time access to critical weather intelligence, these Flood Tracking Layers will be a valuable addition to your toolkit.


SCREENSHOTS:

 

Identify Areas of Potential Flooding with Nationwide Flood Outlook  Monitor River Stages, Histograph, and Forecasted Crest

ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:

 

These new layers are available to all existing customers at no additional charge. ($99 value) -- today only!

  1. Make sure your map is unlocked
  2. Click the Map tab > Add Layers button
  3. Find the Category labeled Flood Layers
  4. Select the layer you want and click Add to Map

 

After the layer is added to your map, it will automatically update.

 

 

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