Tag: aviation

Champion Your Operations

A champion operator is an organization or individual that excels in their field by demonstrating exceptional performance, innovation, and leadership. They consistently deliver high-quality results, often setting benchmarks for best practices and standards. As we gear up for the world showcase of champions, the Olympic Games in Paris, there has been strong support to develop…
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What is ‘Microweather’?

Key Take-Aways: The scale of microweather is known as 1 km x 1 km. Microweather requires extensive computing power and more detailed granular observations to produce reliable information. Ground-based sensors allow real-time verification of the forecast data and enhance the accuracy of the modeled forecast over time. In short, the sensors are the glue that…
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North Carolina Taking Aviation Forecasting to a New Level, the Low-Altitude Airspace

Key Take-Aways: North Carolina study assessed low-altitude weather phenomena by using ground-based sensors to capture real-time weather data critical for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). The assessment’s results provide critical information for infrastructure, flight routes, and ground operations planning considerations across North Carolina to enable AAM. Washington Warren Airport is on a growing list of weather…
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Statewide Micro-Weather Services in North Dakota for Advanced Drone Ops: TruWeather and Meteomatics

Commercial and military drone operators unnecessarily cancel or delay an estimated 30 percent of all drone flights. Grand Sky is looking to change that with the nation’s first state-wide micro-weather services and wind hazard predictions, supported by TruWeather and Swiss-based partner, Meteomatics. We are excited for the launch of North Dakota’s Grand Sky elevated micro…
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