Unisys Weather manages a world class data center with emphasis on redundancy, accuracy and reliability. We provide system and software engineering geared specifically toward the weather enterprise through decades of experience building managed solutions for NOAA, FAA, and industry partners. Unisys Weather develops custom solutions by working collaboratively with customers to deliver fully functional and flexible products and services.
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) annual meeting is the largest gathering of scientists, researchers, educators, decision makers and innovators spanning the “weather enterprise”. Unisys is proud to be a corporate member and a market leader in private sector weather information, technology, and services.
In the next several years, weather data will continue to undergo a transformation with new remote sensors, higher resolution models, new and expanded in-situ sensor networks, and the integration of “non-traditional” weather information from vehicles, surveillance cameras, and social networks. Unisys provides scalable and flexible solutions for customers to take advantage of these new data sources and systems, to further optimize your mission critical operations. Tailored solutions include the development, testing, deployment and maintenance of unique data products and formats.
Unisys Weather will be introducing new technology and services at the 2016 AMS Annual Meeting including an all new software defined weather data center powered by Unisys ClearPath Forward, Unisys NOAAPort as a Service, new Unisys weather radar mosaics, and interactive web mapping and tiling services designed for browsers and mobile applications.
Visit Unisys at booth 720 in the main exhibit hall to learn more.
Unisys Weather is now working with SimuAWIPS to provide operational weather data and products for the SimuAWIPS Software as a Service (SaaS) application. SimuAWIPS is a web browser based application which provides an Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System (AWIPS) simulated console for meteorologists and weather enthusiasts. Unisys Weather, a leading provider of operational weather information, is providing NWS NOAAPort products for ingest and display in SimuAWIPS.
For more information, visit SimuAWIPS for a tour and a free trial.
Unisys Weather will be retiring the 10km RCM Radar regional and national mosaics from online production on or about May 29, 2015. The Radar Coded Message (RCM) imagery is a legacy product developed for the old NWS WEFAX/DIFAX service. This product will be retired in favor of the High-Res National Reflectivity Mosaics.
Unisys Weather is now publishing the high resolution (“Hi-Res”) radar base reflectivity mosaics on the Unisys Weather web page. These mosaics are generated using Product 94 base reflectivity from all NWS WSR-88D sites with some basic AP and ground clutter filters applied. The National mosaic is displayed along with Regional mosaics, with NWS Watch boxes overlaid on the image. Each National and Regional mosaics are updated every 6 minutes.
Additional National and Regional radar mosaics such as EETs, DVIL, and other radar products are available as data subscriptions. Web users may link to the Hi-Res mosaics for non-commercial use and credit is given to Unisys.
Unisys Weather will be attending the 95th Annual American Meteorological Society (AMS) meetings, January 4-8 2015 at the Phoenix Convention Center. As a corporate member of the AMS as well as a member of the American Weather and Climate Industry Association (AWCIA), Unisys Weather provides IT solutions for the Weather Enterprise including weather data and product processing, software and systems engineering, research to operations, and the Unisys NOAAPort Gateway fully capable to receive the expanded NOAAPort satellite broadcast.
Get acquainted with Unisys Weather and Unisys commercial IT Service Management capabilities by visiting booth #326 at the Phoenix Convention Center or send a quick note to Brian Hughes, Unisys Weather Program Manager and Deputy Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org