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Check out this Incident Command vehicle outfitted with a Magellan MX500™ Weather Station and Panel-Mount Weather Display! Built by LDV for KIPIC of Kuwait, this state-of-the-art truck allows for on-site Weather Monitoring in emergency operations.
The touchscreen panel-mount display on the interior is designed to display real-time met data easily from a distance, even in a darkened control room.
Compatible with all CWS weather stations, the weather display is popular in mobile command vehicles, space research, oil, broadcasting, visitor centers, and military applications, with customers including NASA, Boeing, CBS TV, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Give us a call at 503-629-0887 for details on how weather monitoring equipment from Columbia Weather can help you do your job better.
In this 5-minute video clip, CWS President Nader Khoury walks through a recent order for General Electric (GE) Bahrain. This Capricorn FLX™ Weather Station includes mechanical wind speed and direction, temperature and humidity sensors in a radiation shield, tipping bucket rain gauge, solar radiation sensor, and barometric pressure.
This particular system offers 4-20 mA signal interface for PLC as well as a Weather MicroServer datalogger for network connection and additional industrial protocols.
Our systems are built to order and assembled according to customer requirements.
Our job is to make weather monitoring easy, so you can do your job better! Give us a call or submit a contact form for more information.
A Pulsar 600 Weather Station with additional soil/water temperature sensor is helping the Kezar Lake Watershed Association accomplish its mission to “preserve, protect and maintain the ecological, scenic, and recreational resources of Kezar Lake and its watershed.”
The weather monitoring system was purchased in 2017 after “extensive research of available systems,” according to KLWA Board Member Don Griggs. “Only the Pulsar 600 met the criteria we established.”
“The sensor package has operated flawlessly since we installed it. We are very pleased with our purchase and the support we received. We would certainly recommend this weather station to others who might have similar criteria as we do.”
We always welcome feedback and success stories from our customers. Thank you KLWA and Don for sharing with us!
A new Forecast Screen on the updated CWS Weather Monitor App provides a National Weather Service forecast for any U.S. ZIP code. Users can compare current weather station data with the forecast to improve operational decisions.
The newly-released app version also includes some tweaks behind the scenes to enhance operation.
The app offers “instant data that experts can analyze when time is short,” according to Bear Valley Electric Engineering Supervisor. Additional customers include Nelson Irrigation, Brazos Pilots, and the City of North Liberty (IA).
The CWS Weather Monitor App is compatible with all CWS weather stations that include the Weather MicroServer. The app is available free of charge on the App Store for Apple and Android devices.
(*The app requires access to a Cloud Weather Server account, which is free to any customer with a Weather MicroServer purchased after 9/9/2015.)
We have made new updates to the touchscreen Weather Display for enhanced navigation and user experience! Compatible with all CWS Weather Stations, this product is designed to make viewing weather data easy from a distance.
Here are the new features on the console itself:
Network connect updates include:
The Weather Display is utilized in space research, oil, broadcasting, hazmat, and military applications with customers including NASA, Boeing, Farber Specialty Vehicles, CBS TV, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Current customers can email email@example.com for upgrade information. This upgrade is available for models Weather Display purchased after April 2017.
Our friend Tim Brandt of Dixon Weather Service Inc. gets some local recognition — well-deserved! The resolution signed by Speaker of the House Rob Vescoso includes the following:
The members of the Missouri House of Representatives welcome with pleasure the opportunity to recognize a remarkable Missouri citizen whose efforts and accomplishments have made him a source of inspiration to all those around him. Wheareas, Tim Brandt, a who worked closely with the National Weather Service in Springfield for many years, helped keep Dixon and the surrounding communities safe by keeping timely and accurate weather reports for several years.
Read how not-for-profit organization Dixon Weather Service offers local weather information along with National Weather Service (NWS) watches and warnings here.
Toyoaki Nakarai, former visiting professor of Environment and Information Sciences at Yokohama National University in Japan, and his team have been working with the Magellan MX™ Portable Weather Station.
They are collaborating with Yokohama Fire Department because “there are many chemical companies in their responsible field.”
These photos show their success in plume modeling utilizing the weather station data with ALOHA.
For information on Portable Weather Stations from Columbia Weather, click here.
On the small island of Hornøya in Norway, an Orion Weather Station installed on the highest cliff has been helping scientists gather data on endangered seabird populations since 2016.
Researchers from Uni Research Climate and the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research study how the changing climate affects the thousands of birds who make the island their home in the summer months.
“We want to study if weather patterns affect the route taken by these seabirds to find food, or if bad weather can make them more stressful, or whether other behavioral changes can be due to weather patterns,” writes researcher Michel Mesquita.
"We can now gather wind, pressure, rainfall, temperature, and humidity data at high temporal resolution thanks to the new weather station we installed on the island. We hope to obtain more funding to continue our collaboration and research work, such that we can understand more about the behavior of seabirds and the impact future changes in climate can have on them.”
Photos courtesy of Michel Mesquita
“Imaging the world with lidar, photography, and aerial cinema” is the theme for GEO1. From a hangar located near Los Angeles, Calif., they offer services including lidar, high resolution imaging, and geo-spatial analysis.
CEO Ron Chapple recently expressed appreciation for the free firmware upgrade to their Weather MicroServer, and sent a couple nice photos of their Orion Weather Station installation which includes a separate solar radiation sensor. “The station has worked perfectly since installation,” he noted.
He added that their weather station “enhances our business” in these three ways:
With the Weather MicroServer and WeatherMaster Software, Aerial Filmworks interfaces their weather station to Weather Underground.
We love hearing from our customers, especially with photos from the field!
Brazos Pilots Association in Freeport, TX relies on accurate weather data from a CWS weather station for their operations. Deputy Branch Pilot Noah Niday comments:
"As Texas state-licensed pilots, the Brazos Pilots are chiefly responsible for protecting public waterways by ensuring safe and efficient ship transits on the Freeport Ship Channel. Every ship that comes in and out of the Port of Freeport in Texas has a Brazos Pilot who boards the ship and safely navigates the ship in and out of port.
"After researching multiple commercial-grade weather stations, we chose to purchase from Columbia Weather Systems because it seemed like the best combination of commercial-grade durability, accuracy of info, and usability for accessing the data on the go."