Meteorological Monitoring Applications

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Contrail(R) - for real-time hydrometeorological monitoring and early flood warning

by OneRain Incorporated     based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA)

Visualization of information from your hydrometeorological & early flood warning network in a matter of seconds is critical in the decision making process. Contrail supports the data collection, processing, archiving and dissemination of your hydrometeorological and water resources data in one place. OneRain's Contrail enterprise level software platform collects, processes and archives rainfall, flow, stream level, weather station and many other hydrometeorological data from multiple sources including ALERT/ALERT2 line-of-sight radio data, cellular data, and satellite weather gauge data, and any web-accessible data sources as well as neighboring outside sources such as USGS gauges, METAR, TIDES, HADS, RWIS... . The platform supports any number of users from their laptops, their smartphones, their tablets, however they are connected to the Internet. At its core are the advanced alarm and notification capabilities. Used in Early Flood Warning, Safety of Dams, Emergency Management...

Noise monitoring for airports

by Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics     based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA)

Airports, small and large, use noise and operations monitoring systems to reduce the noise of flight operations in the surrounding community.  Noise monitoring is generally used to evaluate noise abatement programs and to develop aircraft departure and arrival procedures that minimize the impact of aircraft noise based upon altitude, flight path, and time of day.  Noise monitoring is linked with radar tracking so that specific aircraft can be identified when noise limits are exceeded and so operational requirements can be enforced.
Larson Davis provides noise monitoring systems to airports, consultants, and system integrators with the technology and support to make a successful program.

Fire Weather Monitoring

by FTS     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

FTS is the world leader in environmental monitoring solutions for fire weather. FTS stations are in use by every one of the top 50 government forest management agencies in every corner of the United States and Canada. No one else dedicates as much of its research and development efforts to the needs of fire weather professionals. FTS portable and fixed-site weather stations set the standard for reliability and simplicity of operation, maintenance, and installation. As a manufacturer, we design and engineer the leading datalogger that is approved and fully supported by the NIFC Remote Sensing Fire Weather Support Unit (RSFWSU). Our G5 GOES / Meteosat transmitter is recognized as the most reliable GOES technology available, and is licensed for use by other environmental monitoring equipment manufacturers.

Biodiversity Monitoring

by Ecometrica     based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

In many sectors with large impacts on land such as mining, oil & gas, and construction, it is common for sustainability leaders to assert that they will have ‘no net loss’, or a ‘net positive impact’ on biodiversity. These promises regarding organizational biodiversity performance are proving extremely difficult to test. Our Ecosystem and the Normative Biodiversity Metric give sustainability leaders a chance to measure, analyze and communicate the success of these promises.

Cloud software solutions for fleet operators using fuel

by Titan Cloud Software Company, LLC     based in Brentwood, TENNESSEE (USA)

The top run fleet operators use Titan software to get them down the road more efficiently. Whether it`s monitoring tank alarms in real-time, optimizing inventory across a network of both USTs & ASTs, or more efficiently managing fuel-system compliance, Titan makes heroes of fuel and environmental managers in the rent-a-car and transport industry. For starters, Titan mitigates your core environmental risks, arming you with a central dashboard and effective management tools that keep you on top of it all. This includes ATG alarms, release detection data, testing results, inspections, NOVs, and environmental-related forms, photos, and documents. Next, we hand over the key to responsible ATG network management, with on-demand tank inventory and remote gauge configuration to ensure you can effectively optimize your in-ground and above ground fuel. Finally, Titan streamlines your maintanance and work order process, linking you with site-level employees, techs, vendors, and field team members to centrally manage all facility requests in one system. In short, Titan software helps you run a better, more efficient rent-a-car or commercial fleet operation.

Continuous Instream Monitoring

by FTS     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Turbidity in natural waters is recognized as an important indicator of its environmental health, and because it's a good surrogate for suspended sediment, monitoring turbidity has always been the "holy grail" for hydrologists. But because of earlier technology, "turbidity" has traditionally been a "bad word". The DTS-12 turbidity sensor is the first sensor to make turbidity monitoring practical, and no longer difficult, inaccurate, expensive, or labor-intensive. Turbidity is the cloudiness or murkiness of water caused by suspended organic or inorganic materials. Turbidity in natural waters is recognized as an important indicator of its environmental health.

Meteo Information for Safe Operation

by Mierij Meteo b.v     based in De Bilt, NETHERLANDS

In the industry segment meteo information is essential for safe operation. To deal with emergencies, accurate real-time information on wind conditions (direction and speed) is crucial. In some cases we feed this data directly into safety applications which models and predicts the progression of released gas clouds.

Water Data Management Solution for Alpine Monitoring

by KISTERS group     based in Aachen, GERMANY

KISTERS has developed a specific version of WISKI with unique benefits for those monitoring Alpine Regions. Some of its advanced features include specialized calculations for measuring precipitation, snow, sediment transport and water balances in catchments.

Weather Monitoring Systems for industrial and utility sector

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

The weather can have a major impact on many industrial processes and operations, both from an operational efficiency and/or safety standpoint. For example, real-time information about ambient atmospheric conditions provides the necessary input data required to make the proper decisions during an industrial emergency involving any type of hazardous material. Depending on the plant type, size and age, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as municipal and state environmental regulatory organizations, also require that a number of basic meteorological variables are measured and recorded on site to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.

Large pipes & ducts, hot tapping, purging flow solutions

by Sierra Instruments, Inc.     based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The measurement of gas flow in large ducts or pipes offers its own set of challenges. Large ducts and pipes often have swirls or turbulence in them which makes measurement of true gas flow difficult. Sierra has developed a number of solutions to this vexing problem, including stand-alone flow conditioning elements and multiple arrays of thermal sensors. By including hot taps and purging systems, such arrays can be very flexible.

Flow Metering in Channel with Dry Weather Flume

by NIVUS GmbH     based in Eppingen, GERMANY

Application: Segmented rectangular channel, 3 m width. Part filled. Rectangular channel made of concrete. Channel with dry weather flume and side space.

Gas detection for the oil and gas industry

by Crowcon Detection Instruments Ltd - a Halma company     based in Milton Park, UNITED KINGDOM

Supported by the global reach of its mature and dedicated distributor network, Crowcon has an enviable track record in the oil and gas industries. Read on to learn more about the applications, challenges and gas detection solutions typically seen in this demanding industry, or learn about how Crowcon recently helped Indian company Cairn Energy at their Mangala oil and gas processing facility. 

Noise monitoring for the petrochemical industry

by Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics     based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA)

Many industrial operations take place over lengthy time periods and operations often continue 24 hours a day.  By implementing a 24 hour noise monitoring system, with real-time communication and alert notification, a plant can demonstrate to the community and regulatory agencies that they are sensitive to the community and prepared to root-cause and correct any problems that may arise.

Meteorological systems for environmental monitoring

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Climatronics has supplied meteorological systems for environmental monitoring and regulatory compliance for over 35 years. Our accurate, responsive, yet rugged sensors, coupled with high-power data loggers, provide users with the ability to make measurements on multi-level towers, multiple tower networks, and single sites, which comply with EPA, NRC, and international regulatory requirements.

Soil moisture monitoring for researching

by Delta-T Devices Ltd.     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Cambridge based Delta-T Devices specialises in instruments for environmental science, in particular: agronomy, plant physiology, eco-physiology, data logging, meteorology, soil moisture, solar energy studies and environmental monitoring.

Prescribed Burning

by FTS     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

A general understanding of the separate and combined effects of several weather elements on fire behavior is needed to plan and execute a good prescribed burn. Because weather and fuel factors interact, an experienced prescribed burner can conduct a successful burn even with one or more factors slightly outside the desired range—as long as they are offset by other factors. Accurate fire weather monitoring of fire danger indices via the RAWS network, providing historical data leading up to a prescribed burn is critical in the planning stages. However, having accurate weather conditions in a micro-climate scale in real time during the execution of a prescribed burn is just as critical. The weather variables most applicable to prescription burns are air temperature, relative humidity, wind direction, wind speed and precipitation. A combination of wind speed, relative humidity, temperature, and solar insulation largely determines fuel condition which in turn affects fire behavior.

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