Volunteers listening out for lightning strikes
A world-wide team of volunteers is helping to create a low budget, lightning location network using a low frequency radio receiver.
The last two hours of lightning activity is displayed on the Blitzortung website and can be used by weather hobbyists and not-for-profit meteorologists for use in their predictions and weather forecasts.
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly reports.
02 Jul 2014
- From the section Technology