Environmental Monitoring Systems and Solutions
TMS-7000 TOTAL METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEM
The Total Meteorological System (TMS) is a state-of-the-art
remote weather monitoring system based on a suite of
"best-of-breed" field-proven environmental sensors. Each TMS
main assembly system includes a MET-2010 Thermohygrometer with
integral pressure sensor (temperature, dew point, and pressure), a TSP-400
visible/NIR pyranometer (solar), and
2-D wind speed and direction (sonic or wind vane/anemometer). Optional
sensors include TSI-880 Automated Total Sky
Imagers, UVB-1 or
UVA-1 UV pyranometers, TIR-550 IR
visibility and precipitation sensors, laser ceilometers and tipping
bucket rain gauges. And for research or air quality applications, TSP-700 Total Solar
Pyranometers, MFR-7 Shadowband
Radiometers, and RSS-1024 CCD spectrographs can also be added.
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WEB-8700 WEATHER WEB REMOTE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
The Weather WebÔ Remote Observation System
software framework provides rapid emergency response teams with real time meteorological parameters
from multiple, spatially-separated locations. It can be rapidly deployed and provides a robust and fully automated system for continuous
unattended observations across a metropolitan area.
The core component of a Weather Web is METDAS software that provides real-time
display and data feed to HPAC Transport and Dispersion plume models. METDAS
provides decision makers with life-saving information about the direction of chem-bio
plumes or fire line progress, driven in real time by wind data. Based on TCP/IP networking, it is compatible with industry standards
and is readily integrated with existing and emerging command and control
systems, such as web emergency operations centers.
Weather web data supplants the range of human observations by
automating tasks that are not well suited to humans. Wind data is displayed in real-time,
permitting personnel to perform more
value-added tasks, and eliminates subjectivity from human observers. In
high stress situations (e.g. NBC attacks), personnel can evacuate
affected areas to safer ground.
Multiple sensor types can be added to clusters of TMS-7200 Total
Meteorological Sensors such as Total
Sky Imagers for cloud movement at the boundary layer and Automated
Radiosonde Launchers for upper air wind data.