Empowering communities across the world to keep their citizens safe and secure.
The World Meteorological Organization notes that community safety and well-being depend on global, 24/7 weather observations. Today there are large geographical gaps in availability, and many observations are either not made at all or not shared well enough.
AWS810 is a generational leap in the industry, enabling first-class surface weather observations, future readiness, plus a modern, secure, and integrated network architecture. It enables users around the world to easily integrate and manage a variety of sensors, and create efficient surface observation networks that provide high-quality, shareable, actionable data.
It uses industry-leading security and continuous security advancement, as well as improved data transparency to support:
Vaisala Automatic Weather Station AWS810 has everything that you need for taking accurate and reliable weather measurements.
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