Sacramento, CA (November 3, 2010) – All Weather, Inc. (AWI), a leading manufacturer of weather information systems and meteorological sensors, has designed and developed a powerful weather display, dissemination, and remote maintenance monitoring (RMM) tool known as AWOSWeb™. This web browser application gathers and disseminates current weather conditions from Automated Weather Observing Systems (AWOS) and displays the data in a powerful format.
AWOSWeb™ is an aggregation tool for weather data. It allows the owner of several AWOS systems to create a repository of weather information and disseminate that information via a web browser to either public or private networks. AWOSWeb™ collects and displays the current weather, archives weather reports, displays alarms to assist repair technicians with system faults, and reports the overall status of communications and the individual system components.
“AWI’s AWOSWeb™ is the perfect solution for any Local, State or Federal Government with the need to provide a single dissemination and display point for all AWOS weather reports as well as centralizing maintenance and failure analysis tools for repair technicians. These features allow the AWOS owner to quickly determine the root cause of any failure and deploy to the field with the repair solution the first time.
“AWI’s AWOSWeb™ is the future of weather information dissemination and an enormous cost savings tool to the maintenance community,” said Jason Hall, CEO for AWI. For a live interactive demonstration of the AWOSWeb™ display capabilities please visit www.usawosweb.com. For a more in-depth demonstration of AWOSWeb™ remote monitoring and maintenance capabilities, please contact an AWI sales manager.
About All Weather, Inc.
AWI is a leading developer of high-accuracy; high-dependability weather information systems that help users minimize risks in an unpredictable world. The company provides AWOS aviation weather systems and air traffic control display systems, as well as a wide range of high-accuracy meteorological sensors and systems, including laser ceilometers, runway visual range systems, lightning detection sensors, and a variety of other meteorological sensors. AWI’s ASOS, AWOS, and AWSS systems meet the stringent standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and FAA. AWI has installed more than 4,500 high-end automated weather systems and sensors around the globe, working with such leading authorities as the U.S. National Weather Service, FAA, ICAO, WMO and commercial users around the world. For more information, visit www.allweatherinc.com.
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For more information, contact:
Barbara Baca, U.S. Sales
Steve Glander, International Sales
All Weather, Inc.
1165 National Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834 USA
+1 916.928.1000, Fax: +1 916.928.1165
E-mail: Contact AWI