Faraday Future Uses RainWise PortLog Station to Monitor Test Track
Trenton, ME -- Faraday Future, an emerging electric car company based in Los Angelas, California, uses a RainWise PortLog weather station to monitor the weather conditions in their 0-60 MPH acceleration video. Weather conditions can obviously make a huge difference in car racing and everyday driving. This is why RainWise weather stations are used in a wide range of applications, including vehicle testing and road monitoring, by tons of clients, ranging from emerging companies like Faraday Future to the Iowa Department of Transportation. The uses for these weather stations are almost endless and RainWise is proud to have a part in such an important emerging technology, electric cars.
Faraday Future has been a very popular topic in the media lately as they have repeatedly been faced with issues ranging from finances to failed product demos. Although the media may want to concentrate on the negatives, there are plenty of positives about Faraday Future as well. The FF 91, which is the first production car from Faraday Future, is capable of going from 0 to 60 MPH in only 2.39 seconds, which makes it one of the fastest electric cars in the world. Through all of the media attention Faraday Future has gained a massive following and have a ton of people eager to purchase their first production car, which is set to launch in 2018.
High and low temperatures, wind and precipitation can make a huge difference in the way your car handles on the road, even during everyday commuting. Having a weather station at a test track or your home will allow you to get a hyperlocal forecast, giving you the most accurate data for your situation. Don’t rely on general forecasts from your nearest airport. These forecasts can be inaccurate compared to the weather at your location, even if its only a short distance away. Our weather stations are shown at IBM trade shows around the world, since they are authorized resellers. With a RainWise weather station you’ll get the most accurate weather forecast and historical weather data available to you at a fraction of the cost of our competitors.