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  1. RainWise Telemetry MK-II Long Range Air Strip Project

    This project required weather data to be monitored at a remote airstrip in a valley, which was then sent via the mobile phone network back to Sydney so the owner could monitor weather conditions before flying out to this remote location. The only Next G phone signal was located almost 2 km away through dense bush on the side of a hill. The solution Read more...
  2. MK-lll-LR Weather Station Part of Groundbreaking Project for Visually Impaired Students in Kenya

    MK-lll-LR Weather Station Part of Groundbreaking Project for Visually Impaired Students in Kenya The Project: Research team members, Dr. Bruce Walker, Dr. Carrie Bruce, and Ms. Brianna Tomlinson (HCC PhD student), from Walker’s Sonification Lab visited partners in Kenya during Spring Break to continue work on the Mwangaza Project. This project is a collaboration among the Sonification Lab, inABLE, and Kenyatta University in Nairobi to Read more...
  3. Italian Company, RAMSAT, Pairs Weather Stations With WebCams

    Italian Company, RAMSAT, Pairs Weather Stations With WebCams Founded in 1993, Ramsat has quickly become a point of reference for consulting and professional photographic supplies webcam and integrated systems. In 2003, the company made ​​the first webcam camera with automatic transmission via GPRS, which is distinguished by the update feature, every 20 ', the portal www.meteoappennino.it, with Read more...
  4. RainWise and the Iowa Department of Transportation

    RainWise and the Iowa Department of Transportation According to Tina Greenfield, Road Weather Information Systems Coordinator for the Iowa Department of Transportation: "The RainWise stations allowed us to quickly and inexpensively fill in some of the gaps in our existing roadside weather station network. We chose RainWise because of price and simplicity, the ease of use and compact design Read more...
  5. AgroMET Pest Forecasts Come To Connecticut

    AgroMET Pest Forecasts Come To Connecticut It hurts when codling moths riddle your apples, powdery mildew blasts your grapes, or anthracnose takes over your turf. But it's really nettlesome when growers or groundskeepers mere miles away get off without a snag. Blame it on the weather: on a multitude of variables that we barely notice. Sophisticated weather stations can pick up on those Read more...
  6. RainWise WindLOG is Key in Patagonia Research

    RainWise WindLOG is Key in Patagonia Research Gaspar Soria is a researcher for the Patagonian National Centre (CENPAT), a multidisciplinary scientific research center for the National Scientific and Technical Research Council of Argentina. Along with fellow researchers, Pedro Fiorda and Oscar Frumento, Gaspar is conducting field research in the marine protected area of Peninsula Valdes, Read more...
  7. NWS Weather Spotter Relies on RainWise

    NWS Weather Spotter Relies on RainWise Tom Haraden is a retired National Park Service Ranger and current National Weather Service spotter in Utah. "I like that [my MK-lll-LR] is reliable, wireless, accurate, measures maximums and minimums," Tom says, " and measures eight parameters. I guess my favorite part is having an accurate barometer. I can predict the weather here with only Read more...

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