Author: TWS

Startup Using Weather Data To Improve Drone Flight

May 14, 2018by Lisa Tinnesz From the Albany Business Review: https://www.bizjournals.com/albany/news/2018/05/04/startup-using-weather-data-toimprove-drone-flight.htmlMay 4, 2018, 2:40pm EDT Updated: May 4, 2018, 3:25pm EDT A weather startup is creating jobs in upstate New York, and partnering with University at Albany to get better forecasts for drone operators.TruWeather Solutions LLC, uses technology to cut costs for weather-sensitive businesses, such…
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And The Winners Are…

April 16, 2018by Lisa Tinnesz TruWeather Solutions won the 3rd place, $400,000 prize, along with the Fan Favorite Award, in the GENIUS NY business competition on Monday, April 9th.  GENIUS NY is the world’s largest business competition for Unmanned Systems, as well as a business accelerator, run by CenterState CEO and The Tech Garden located…
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First Responders Are Increasingly Deploying Drones

February 11, 2018by Lisa Tinnesz First responders are increasingly deploying drones to rapidly assess a situation and target rescues for those in need.  TruWeather understands the challenge of identifying micro-scale weather threats to ground transportation and drones.  We are leading a micro-scale road weather proof of concept project on Interstate 81 in Virginia that transportation officials…
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UAS Case Study

TruWeather Solutions Helps Weather-Sensitive Businesses Cut Costs

TruWeather Solutions works to help weather-sensitive businesses and government agencies recover lost profits.

TruWeather Solutions was one of the six finalists for Genius NY:

January 03, 2018by Lisa Tinnesz TruWeather wants to thank the Governor, The Empire State Development Corporation, CenterState CEO and The Tech Garden for recognizing our innovative approach to UAV weather risk management. This award will have a positive impact on UAV industry safety and productivity, and contribute to the development of UAV policies and regulations…
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Thailand Case Study

Be Weather Aware and Have a Safe 4th of July!

July 01, 2016by Jason R. Anderson According to AAA, over 43 million Americans will hit the road this weekend for Independence Day and will experience fireworks, concerts, carnivals, sporting events and many other summertime activities. With all this outdoor activity, there is no better time to remind event promoters, planners and managers about outdoor weather…
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Private vs Public

June 13, 2016by Don Berchoff Producing weather warnings to ensure the safety and security of Americans is a government function, where consistent information is vital for preparation, response and recovery.  Alternatively, increased generation of weather data from sensors and forecast models in the private sector, along with improved fusion of weather data and analytics for…
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