AtmoGraph’s specializing in the field of model data allows
for a streamlined, intuitive user interface in which users are guided
through a three-step tabbed process of choosing 1) from a variety of
atmospheric models (including the GFS, NAM, HRW, RAP, HRRR, RTMA, CMC, GDAS,
various ensemble models, and many more) and different grid
coverage's/resolutions, 2) from a list of specified model runs and forecast
hour times, which can be multiselected to prepare animations, and 3) from
the entire suite of products computed by a particular model – which
typically far exceeds the narrow set of common products offered by online,
static image services. In addition, these services typically involve a
certain lag-time between model run publication and image generation, whereas
the AtmoGraph platform is capable of pulling model data directly from the
servers on which they are distributed in real time as they are uploaded.
As an interactive graphics application, AtmoGraph will enable the user to
pan, zoom, and tilt a GIS-enabled map in real time while displaying static
or animated data, and with color fill, contour, and/or vector field
simultaneous visualizations of model data. AtmoGraph will also have the
ability to derive secondary products from all viable model data sources,
such as vectorized/scalar wind from U/V grids, or precipitation typing for
future radar reflectivity simulations.
WEATHER STUDIO Version 3
The culmination of 7 years of experience in
developing high-performance PC weather software, listening to our
clients' innovative ideas for improvement, and striving to be the
best there is: WSV3 - the ultimate Swiss army knife of live weather
tracking/monitoring information, set to shockwave through all its
target industries - from TV broadcasting, emergency management, and
storm-chasing to personal safety, insurance, utility management,
construction safety, DOT operations and more.
GRLevel3 and GRAnalyst
GRLevelX is a suite of data processing and display programs
developed by Gibson Ridge Software, LLC, to view weather radar data.
It went on the market in March 2005. It comes in three versions, all
of which ingest raw data: GRLevel2 and GRLevel2 Analyst Edition for
viewing Level II data of the National Weather Service, and GRLevel3
for viewing Level III data.