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TruWeather Solutions Releases TruFlite V360° SaaS Weather for Commercial Drone Pilots and Air Taxis

TruFlite V360° Simplifies Operator Weather Workflow in One Interface While Meeting FAA Part 107 Weather Minimums Reston, VA and Syracuse, NY/ February 21, 2021 – TruWeather Solutions, a leading micro weather data and analytics company, announces the launch of the TruFlite V360° digital UAS Weather Workbook web application. The application provides drone operators a simple,…
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Varon Vehicles and TruWeather Solutions Announce Strategic Collaboration for VTOL

There are many components involved in VTOL operations and weather management will play a key role.

Leadership and Meaningful Results for Historical COVID Drone Delivery

The NUAIR Chief Operations Officer, Tony Basile, was surprised. None of the traditional weather outlets were calling for such wind. That being said, Tony knew keeping the schedule for an 11 AM “No Go” would disappoint the media outlets, dignitaries, and others if cancelled. Therefore, Tony moved the scheduled Friday flight from 11 AM to 9:30 AM. YES…he rescheduled based on a more accurate weather forecast.

TruWeather Solutions Playing Key Operational Role During FAA UPP2 At New York UAS Test Site

TruWeather Solutions (TWS) continues to support Phase 2 of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) Pilot Program (UPP) at the New York UAS Test Site in Rome, New York. UPP Phase 2 will showcase capabilities and services that support high-density UAS operations, including remote identification services and public safety…
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TruFlite MyRadar Brings an Industry-Leading Weather Radar Nowcast to UAS Operational Decision Making

Pop-up showers and thunderstorms may develop while flying, causing operations to cease. Uncertainty about what will happen with showers or storms in the next hour or two may cause a team to hang around waiting for a break in the weather only to never complete client requirements and flights that day.

Are Low-Altitude Weather Services Ready for Drones and Air Taxis?

By Brian Garrett-Glaser | April 26, 2020Send Feedbackdrone delivery, low-altitude flight, microweather, urban air mobility The development of low-altitude weather services and regulation may be falling behind the progress of drone delivery services and passenger air taxis. (Credit: Don Berchoff) As the Federal Aviation Administration continues down its “crawl, walk, run” path of incorporating drone delivery, passenger air taxis and…
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Ohio supports UAS operations with USD1.4 million research contract for BVLOS drone operations

By Katherine Jerome•26 Mar, 2020 The Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) has awarded CAL Analytics, a information fusion specialist, a USD1.4 million contract to lead the development of a contingency management platform (CMP) for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone operations. The Interoperability, Resiliency and Contingency Management for Ohio UAS Operations is one of six projects awarded…
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Micro Weather Analytics Firm Focused On Drones Gains Investors

TruWeather Solutions, Inc., a micro weather data and analytics company successfully raised a Series Seed investment from Kluz Ventures, through its The Flying Object and The Next Impact funds.

UAS-Specific Weather Data Lacking

The current weather tools and weather training for the UAS industry are woefully inadequate. That’s the assessment of Don Berchoff, a former U.S. Air Force meteorologist and the CEO of TruWeather.

N.Y. Test Site Assesses Weather Effects on UAS

Don Berchoff, co-founder of TruWeather, says, “TruWeather envisions a day when weather alerts and predictions are specifically tailored for each drone. A weather simulator to test and certify drones in varying weather conditions can enable development of drone-specific weather analytics to increase drone safety, productivity and revenue generation.”