ADVANCED LIGHTNING PREVENTION FOR PUBLIC VENUES

Reduce the risk of devastating lightning strikes at large events.

More events, bigger stadiums, and larger crowds put stadiums at an increased risk for disasters caused by lightning. Protection against disasters during events that draw large crowds can help prevent damage to security systems, generators, and other electronic assets.

AT-RISK CRITICAL ASSETS
  • Fans, Players and Personnel
  • Cybersecurity and Electronic Assets
  • Security and Surveillance
  • Pedestrian Malls
  • Entertainment Plazas
  • Exterior Concourses
  • Energy Storage
  • Generators

CONCEPTUAL COVERAGE

Stadium CMCE Conceptual Coverage

This conceptual overview shows the probable placement of 4 devices, each with a 120 meter coverage radius. Additional evaluation to protect exposed parking and pedestrian traffic should also be considered.

ADVANCED LIGHTNING PREVENTION FOR CAMPUS ENERGY MICROGRIDS

Protection against lightning strikes for campuses.

Lightning strikes on campus microgrids can be devastating to the safety of students and staff. Even one strike can cause costly damages to security cameras and access controls necessary for normal campus operations. Reducing the risk of fires, damage to structural and electrical components as a result of lightning strikes on campus ensures safety for individuals.

AT-RISK CRITICAL ASSETS
  • Rooftop PV Solar
  • Utility-scale Energy Storage
  • Ground PV Solar Array
  • Switches and Power Electronics
  • Microturbines
  • Energy Storage
  • Distributed Generation
  • Wind Turbines

CONCEPTUAL COVERAGE

University of Rochester

University of Rochester CMCE Conceptual Coverage

UCLA

UCLA CMCE Conceptual Coverage

Florida State University

Florida State University CMCE Conceptual Coverage

FRACKING OPERATIONS LIGHTNING PREVENTION

Protection from lightning related accidents during fracking operations.

In North America, 16 out of 20 accidents involving petroleum products storage tanks were as a result of lightning strikes. Personnel safety during fracking operations is key, especially during storms. Storage tanks are targets themselves, and pose an increased risk for fire if struck by lightning.

AT-RISK CRITICAL ASSETS
  • Personnel
  • Drill Rigs
  • Storage Tanks
  • Well Heads
  • Wireless Sensors
  • Temporary and Permanent Compressor Engines
  • Solar Panels
  • Separators
  • TEG Dehydration Units

CONCEPTUAL COVERAGE

Red circles represent one (1) CMCE 120 device protecting 120 meter radius.

CMCE Fracking Conceptual Coverage
CMCE Fracking Conceptual Coverage
CMCE Fracking Conceptual Coverage

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