We predict, track & analyse severe weather for our clients, empowering them to make informed decisions through accurate data and insights.
Who are we?
Since 2007, the Early Warning Network (EWN) has been dedicated to ensuring people and businesses have the tools they need to thrive despite climate challenges.
With an expanding portfolio of weather technology, we work with individuals, businesses and organisations to minimise risk against severe weather and natural hazards. Our actionable intelligence provides timely, accurate data and warnings that prevents potential loss or damage of equipment, assets and lives. EWN's people and technology are dedicated to safeguarding people and businesses from the unpredictable forces of nature.
What sets us apart? It's our dual approach. While our state-of-the-art systems offer real-time forecasting and alerting for impending events, we also provide an unparalleled historical data product that aids in understanding past events and forecasting future risks. At EWN, we don't just predict the weather; we empower businesses with weather intelligence.
Meet The Team
With strong company values of teamwork and respect, the EWN team collaborate across Australia and New Zealand, and are committed to solving climate challenges with our leading weather products, and partnering with some of the most trusted leaders in weather and climate technology.
Kerry is Early Warning Network's founder and Chief Executive Officer, founding the company in 2006. He has a rich history in technological projects and environmentalism, which he he brings to his business endeavours.
With a passion for storm chasing and severe weather, James has been with EWN since 2017, moving into the COO role in 2023. James has been key in building a strong team, strategic direction, and expanding EWN's reach.
Michael has been at EWN since its beginnings, building the GIS platform and early forecasting products. He heads the Operations team, and is a passionate storm chaser and photographer, with a talent for lightning photography.
New Zealand native Matt joined EWN in 2023, bringing a wealth of leadership experience and meteorological knowledge to the team.
As Head of Products & Partnerships, he is a key part of EWN's successful growth and strategy.
Accreditation and Professional Associations
Bushfire Watch & Acts and Bushfire Emergency alerts are added to our alerting service.
Council Flood alerts service is launched, providing rapid communication and sharing of flood forecasts and alerts to businesses and residents of LGAs.
2010 - 2011
Regional alerts and customised forecasts are made available utilising our severe weather specialist Meteorologists.
White Labelling of EWN alerts offered to organisations wishing to use the service for their staff or customers. Facebook and Twitter alert feeds are also released.
2013 - 2014
2015 - 2016
Hail service products introduced - an Australian first providing customers with the most accurate and complete hail service available in Australia.
EWN’s first Climate Risk platform introduced, focusing on short term physical climate risk using over 24 months of GIS data researched, verified, and added into the platform. This is an Australian first and provides the clearest short term physical climate risk possible.
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