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Integration of meteorological equipment and implementation of warning systems

Existing Problems

The majority of meteorological equipment tends to perform non-diversified tasks and provides customers with the opportunity to evaluate and analyze one of the factors of meteorological data, or a certain set of factors. Thus, for example, radiosonde allows receiving information about humidity and temperature. After adding an additional sensor, it can also provide pressure data. All this data is obtained in a certain place at a single point of time. Weather radar provides a wider range of data in real time, but it is designed to cover immense territories and meteorological observations within vast areas. When a client has to solve specific tasks, he needs tools or systems that are tailored to precisely meet his needs on the basis of data coming from different meteorological sources and data processing algorithms, aimed at solving certain tasks.

Our solution

Realizing our clients' needs and crucial tasks and challenges they face, our company effects data integration from various weather systems to later integrate it with specialized industry solutions. Due to constant changes in climate and frequent occurrence of dangerous weather hazards, Automatic Hazardous Weather Warning System has become one of the most demanded modern weather systems on the market. This system allows accumulating data from various meteorological systems, that customers employ, and creates a short-term forecast of dangerous meteorological phenomena with a detailed mapping of the territory and the region that fall into the risk zone.

This system not only consolidates the data received from various meteorological tools and equipment, but also uses specific data processing algorithms, reveals only hazardous weather phenomena in real time and provides national meteorological agencies, aviation, rescue services and municipal services with the capability to assess the real threats in time to take well-timed actions, alert the public and prevent tragedies or at least minimize the effects of these phenomena on society.

General Description

Automatic Hazardous Weather Warning System is used by meteorological agencies, aviation, railway and motor services all around the world, as it automatically detects and predicts weather hazards specific to different industries. The system provides real-time weather monitoring, nowcasting and weather alerts for meteorological services, rescue services, flight operation centers, etc. on the basis of field-proven state-of-the-science data analysis, advanced automated algorithms and hazard detection technologies. The system is designed to provide the most accurate and reliable information on multiple weather hazards, including lightning, thunderstorms, precipitation, fog, sea breeze fronts and gust, microbursts, turbulence, inversions, low-level wind shear, icing and winter weather. Being a system of high flexibility, it can be customized to comply with specific requirements of different customers and also integrated with already existing meteorological data sources. The enhancement of the system can be realized through adding new observation platforms or workstations of other companies.

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