Aviation Meteorology

Aviation Meteorology

Aviation Meteorology 3688 2459 Kronometrix

Increased precipitation, extreme weather and changing wind conditions are main challenges for air navigation.

Kronometrix provides right out of the box all the needed climate reports, updating them as new data streams in. Working as a web application it provides multi-subscription, multi-user, role-based secured access control for your climatology data.

Ready for work

Kronometrix supports a number of weather stations, from  Vaisala, providing weather and meteorological data. It comes integrated with a ready set of objects for aviation meteorology, including the weather metrics, the summary statistics and the time intervals all needed for analysis and reporting. Several built-in applications are offered to get you started to see and analyse your airport data. Additional extra applications are offered from various solution providers, like Starckrom SRL to bring more advanced climatological calculations for airports. We are working with different systems for example, Kronometrix is integrated with Vaisala AviMet®, for aviation meteorology which can receive real-time data and messages from multiple airports, providing an overview of the meteorological situation in the territory. The application is easily configurable according to each airport sensor layout.

It supports basic climatology statistics for example: wind, temperature, humidity, pressure and precipitation accumulation and advanced climatology processes the main operational parameters for the airport: visibility (MOR and RVR), cloud coverage and cloud layers, fog frequency. Extra parameters can be added should the corresponding sensors be available in the system, such as runway surface status, thunderstorm, present weather – and the corresponding climatologic statistics are also calculated.

Basic statistical functions cover the large majority of climatologic computation needs: min, max, mean, last, count, sum, standard deviation, variation and percentile. Advanced statistical functions, such as ‘data binning’ are also built in for the purpose of computing the frequency of occurrence of a certain condition (e.g. frequency of visibility below 300m, relative number of days with thunderstorms in the vicinity, etc). For quick visual analysis, any plot can benefit on the built-in trend line feature, which can either be linear, exponential, logarithmic or polynomial (up to 4-th degree).

Please contact us for more information about Kronometrix for aviation meteorology.

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