NOAA SEES 3D WIND DATA FILLING CRITICAL GAP IN WEATHER FORECASTING MODELS

By Warren Ferster  COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – U.S. weather forecasting officials are eager to incorporate new satellite data sets into their ever-evolving prediction models, and 3D atmospheric wind measurements are high on the priority list. The ability to directly detect precise global 3D winds throughout the atmosphere from space has been a “holy grail” of…Read more NOAA SEES 3D WIND DATA FILLING CRITICAL GAP IN WEATHER FORECASTING MODELS

Diverse weather satellite user base presents opportunities and challenges

By Warren Ferster COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The dual-use nature of weather and environmental monitoring satellites can pose challenges from a data policy and user feedback perspective, but offers numerous opportunities for collaboration between the defense and civil sectors, government and industry officials said. Speaking on a panel entitled “National Infrastructure and Security Applications for…Read more Diverse weather satellite user base presents opportunities and challenges