August 23, 2012

Lightning: The Risk Less Considered

Lightning Strikes Over the past several years, the declining economy has yielded some unexpected results. Companies now survive by squeezing out excess capacity and redundancy from […]
August 16, 2012

Lightning vs. Venues: And the Winner is… Lightning Eliminators

For many of us fun begins with baseball games, football games, soccer games, lacrosse matches, theme parks, concerts and a myriad of venues which have all experienced lightning strikes while […]
August 9, 2012
Lightning Strike Leaves Tourists Stranded on Gondola in Ice Caves for Hours

Lightning Strike Leaves Tourists Stranded on Gondola in Ice Caves for Hours

It was recently reported that in the United States 35 million people board public transit systems each weekday. In 2011, Americans took over 10.2 billion trips on public […]
August 2, 2012

Lightning and Tankers and Rigs “Oh, My!” Oil Tanker Racks up $40 Million in Damages…and Still Counting!

Hundreds of people are either killed or injured, and billions of dollars of damages are incurred each year due to lightning strikes. Oil and Gas operational […]
July 26, 2012

Lightning Knocks Out News: Weatherman Keeps Going Despite Dark

Broadcast and communications are easy targets for lightning due to the towers, cables and equipment surrounding their environment. What enables us to exchange information in a […]