Keys Energy Services, a public power utility in Florida, is using our new cloud-based server in anticipation of Hurricane Irma. The company uses the cloud Weather Server to monitor weather conditions remotely to make key operational decisions.
The company has four Orion Weather Stations, whose real-time data can be easily accessed. On a day to day basis, Keys Energy monitors wind speed to determine if workers can safely operate machinery.
Our new cloud Weather Server features real-time weather data monitoring that is easily accessible on the Internet. Users can view the display screen remotely from any device using a web browser.
Multiple weather stations can be networked, with the display including an overview option to view key data points from weather stations simultaneously.
The cloud Weather Server comes standard with the Weather MicroServer, a CWS proprietary monitoring option available with any of our weather stations. The MicroServer automatically uploads current weather data to the Weather Server at a 5-second interval. Additional features are planned for phase two, and customization is available.