EarthCast ● Providing in-flight forecasts to pilots ● Earth’s atmosphere When one of the more than 10,000 pilots flying for a certain large commercial U.S. airline needs to know whether that dark cloud bank ahead will affect their flight, they can power up an iPad, tap in their flight number, and see a weather forecast

Meteorological Technology International: EarthCast Advanced Warning. Advances in remote sensing, high-performance computing and prediction technologies are sparking a revolution in Earth system monitoring and global weather predictions. While some may look at the weather and environmental hazard field as young compared with other global industries, it is fair to say that we have made major

FlightAware announces the addition of free global weather information from EarthCast for all registered FlightAware users. This unique integrated global weather imagery combines ground and satellite-based information to provide a new level of situational awareness for tracking any flight anywhere on the planet. The composite radar image updates every 15 minutes and shows precipitation ranging

Today Penguin Computing announced a significant expansion of their Penguin Computing On-Demand (POD) High Performance Computing Cloud. The new offering includes the latest Intel Xeon processorss, Lustre, and Intel Omni-Path. As current Penguin POD users, we are excited to have more resources available to handle our mission-critical real-time global environmental prediction workload,” said Dr. Greg

Moving EarthCast Technologies from Idea to Production EarthCast Technologies produces the most advanced realtime global satellite-based environmental prediction system in the world. However, moving from idea to actually creating unique, high-resolution global weather predictions for the aviation industry, agriculture, maritime, hydrology, and other industries required meeting both technological and business challenges. Penguin Computing partnered with

WeatherTAP Global Weather WeatherTAP has partnered with EarthCast Technologies (ECT) to offer our subscribers access to global forecast data. ECT uses data from over 50 Earth-viewing satellites to initialize their global model. Each model product is forecasted in one-hour increments and covers a 36-hour period. The data sets are currently updated twice per day at

Typhoons in the Pacific Ocean, wave heights at Cape Horn, or the temperature in Anarctica — have access to it all with weatherTAP GLOBAL! WeatherTAP has partnered with EarthCast Technologies (ECT) to offer weatherTAP GLOBAL, predictive weather with worldwide coverage. It’s weather like you’ve never seen it before, combining global satellite observations with cutting-edge prediction

This presentation is a compilation of material from leaders in the modeling, HPC & remote sensing communities. May you live in interesting times. Confucius Well, we live in interesting times. There is a modestly paced paradigm shift underway in our Modeling Community, influenced by unrelated external factors coming together at the same time. This isn

On October 2, 2015, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) renewed two five-year partnerships with Penn State, one with the Department of Geography in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences and another with the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL). The partnerships, or cooperative research and development agreements (CRADAs), focus on improving both education for geospatial analysts

A Marion man is working with a company that strives to predict far in advance up-to-the-minute forecasts of just the kind of weather the East Coast has been experiencing over the past month. Data collected and instantly analyzed from satellites circling the earth can provide environmental forecasts for communities, businesses, governments and travel industries all

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