"We are proud to be working with Midland to bring this potentially life-saving service to their customers as a supplement to their well-established line of traditional weather radio products,” said
Midland is well known for its popular line of life saving weather alert radio products. "The addition of ‘The Weather Center’ smartphone app rounds out our product line by providing both types of products needed in today’s world," said
Features in The Weather Center app:
• Precise Alerts: Most alerting services will notify you of severe weather if you are in a county only partially covered by a watch or warning, even if you are not actually directly within the watch/warning. The Weather Center knows your precise location and alerts accordingly
• Audio: The Weather Center app provides audio tones followed by a brief description of the alert type, regardless of user-location within the U.S.
• Friends and Family: The app can save an additional FIVE fixed locations. This technology allows users to track weather for friends and family, at school, out of state, at a ballgame, etc.
• View 1, 2, & 3 Day Storm Prediction Center Convective Outlooks. The convective outlooks serve as guidance for severe weather probabilities and overall threat nationwide
• Stay up to date with
For over 50 years, Midland has been at the forefront of radio technology and is one of the world’s leading designers, manufacturers and distributors of consumer and commercial communications products. Midland is the leading supplier of NOAA All Hazards Weather Alert radios and a market leader in a wide range of consumer 2-way radios and video action-cameras. Midland’s professional radio products division is a leading supplier of commercial mobiles, portables and base station/repeaters products to private commercial enterprises and to federal, state and local government agencies.
Founded in 2000,
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