Our Story

The Early Warning Network Pty Ltd (EWN) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeeris Limited (ASX:AER). In 2007 EWN established (arguably) the world’s first location-based, multichannel warning system for all natural hazards and weather. EWN is Australia’s most experienced alerts operator, monitoring and mapping threats for government, the public and business. The EWN mission is to protect people, property and business operations from all-natural hazards including physical and chronic climate risk.

EWN’s Spatial Analysis Risk Platform (SARP) is unique in its ability to map and track devices, assets, remote sensor networks and operations. Combined with meteorological, all hazard event data and other telemetry, risks are relayed to customers based on thresholds and individual vulnerabilities. Messaging is transmitted by a multi-channel communication and analytics engine. This provides users critical data and actionable intelligence (Decision Superiority) through responsive locational communications.

EWN is the only weather and risk business to maintain a round-the-clock 24HR operational team supported by specialised monitoring and spatial technology teams and systems. Climate risk and all-natural hazards:

  • Are a critical strategic, security and economic issue
  • Frequently result in the loss of life and critical injury
  • Cause enormous losses to assets and infrastructure
  • Disrupt and prevent business operations
  • Are foreseeable - meaning failure to act creates significant liability
  • Attract regulatory enforcement with quantification and inclusion of Climate Risk Disclosure within financial reporting, inclusive of mitigation actions and strategy

What we do

Aeeris provides protective asset and location-aware early warning services for severe weather, all natural hazards and identified threats to business operations. We deliver time critical information geographically to those that need it, when they need it, over multiple channels.

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We monitor ALL hazards and threats nationally 24x7, 365 days per year

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We identify and track severe events in real time warning those to be affected

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We capture, validate, filter and issue alerts simultaneously via push notifications, SMS, landline, email and twitter - accurate to ten metres of where people are located

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We work with our customers to understand their individual needs. This involves gaining an in-depth understanding of how their business operates and what the primary risks are posed to them by severe weather/all hazards and other threats. This tailored approach helps to save lives and protect property and business operations.

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We develop and provide innovative systems, tools and mobile applications to reduce risk and improve safety

EWN Monitors, Measures and Actively Mitigates Risk

Our services means your business can operate safely, save money and actively manage new Regulatory Obligations.

We achieve this by persistent monitoring, measuring physical risk and warning of imminent and long-term threats likely to impact safety, business operations and assets.

We are unique in the provision of mapping, responding and communicating threats which present a risk to our clients. This 24HR service is provided through a range of products:

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Alerting

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Forecasting

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GIS Platform (SARP)

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Worker Zone Management

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Embargo

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API

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Climate Risk

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Flood monitoring

Meet our Board of Directors

Kerry Plowright

Executive Chairman and CEO

Bryce Reynolds

Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting/Finance UNSW Director

Nathan Young

Independent Non-Executive Director

How we do it

EWN personnel analyse national and international datasets to capture severe weather and natural hazard threats 24/7.

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Employing specialised data modelling EWN specialists build location based predictive threat and event forecasts. An event may be a positive but critical incident in which forewarning allows advantageous planning.

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Automated EWN systems monitor remote sensors and data then compare this to business specific criteria to identify potential threats likely to affect EWN customers.

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The GNIS geo-locates all events and maps their impact on our client base.

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Expert Alert Operators continually monitor and analyse data displayed by EWN’s main primary alert system.

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When specific warning thresholds are met and verified by EWN Alert Operators and precise locations confirmed or applied by Operators, alerts are issued for the registered location through EWN’s Geographic Notification and Information System (GNIS)

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The GNIS reports back to operators the status of alerts issued

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