International weather expert to guide expanded global operations
Huntsville, AL, March 26, 2018 – Baron, the worldwide provider of critical weather intelligence, proudly announces the appointment of international weather expert John L. (Jack) Hayes, PhD, who will help further expand Baron’s global business development initiatives.
Dr. Hayes’ extensive weather industry experience includes a 28-year career in the Air Force, 12 years at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and 7 years in the private sector.
First ever Doppler Weather Radar to be operated by the Bangladesh Air Force includes Baron’s processor and patented calibration techniques
Huntsville, Al, March 5, 2018 — Baron, the worldwide leader in critical weather intelligence, working closely with our in-country partner Mazzak, a sister company of JMI group, announce that they have been selected to provide the Bangladesh Air Force with a state of the art Doppler Weather Radar System.
This radar is the first radar owned and operated by the Bangladesh Air Force. The Air Force will take delivery of a Baron 350,000-watt C-Band Dual Polarization radar, one of the newest generations of radar series produced by Baron.
Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC) Wins Contract to supply first GOES-16 Ground Station in the Caribbean!
EEC’s TeleSpace division, in conjunction with our regional partner Aviation Communications Limited (AVCOM), continues its international dominance with this month’s competitive award of a 4.5m Capella-R GOES-16 (GOES-East) ground station. This system, coupled with EEC TeleSpace’s flagship visualization and analysis software, PROTEUS, will be installed in the next two months at the Cayman Islands National Weather Service Facility at the Owens Roberts Airport in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
In analytics projects that seek to answer complex real-world questions such as how to reduce a farm’s water usage, researchers must typically collect data from multiple sources over an extended period of time. IBM Corp. today unveiled an experimental new service aimed at making it easier to put the different pieces together.
The offering, which is debuting under the name PAIRS Geoscope, is specifically built to process what the company refers to as geospatial-temporal data.
This is information that describes how physical objects change over time in the context of their location, an essential asset for many important industries. A utility planning to build a new solar farm, for example, must carefully weigh the target location’s average temperature and cloud coverage before construction can begin. Likewise, tech-savvy agriculture companies monitor field conditions with sensors to identify ways of improving crop growth.