LTS2005 displays real-time lightning in easy-to-use formats for monitoring thunderstorm cell development, assessing severity, and forecasting storm path and intensity.
In addition to temperature and humidity profiles, other in-situ measurements of the atmosphere provide valuable information for researchers and the climatological community.
With the help of a radiosonde, a sensor can be flown in the atmosphere to gather the additional information required
Total Lightning Database TLD100 and TLD200 is a processing module in the Vaisala Thunderstorm Information System that specializes in archiving cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning data for forensic applications.
These thermocouple data loggers provide accurate temperature data acquisition and are ideal for demanding controlled environments, such as extreme temperatures from -240 °C to 1760 °C, liquid nitrogen (LN2), ovens and sterilization chambers.
The vLog system is the most accurate and effective solution for understanding your environments and complying with regulations. With easy set-up and placement of self- contained data loggers, you can be mapping a chamber in minutes.
vLog has multiple file security features that aid in regulatory compliance, including:
- Security status of the data is identified on every report
- Each time data is downloaded, vLog generates a unique checksum value, which is the Logger File ID number.
- File ID numbers are referenced in: logger file creation reports, data logger files, trend graphs, tabular data, all printed reports
The Vaisala RoadDSS Navigator is a hosted web user interface for viewing past, present and future road weather data. The application displays data collected by the Vaisala Global Data Management Center, which handles data collection from the road weather networks around the world. The application consists of a set of dynamic web pages that can be viewed with a simple Internet connection.
Vaisala's U.S. National Lightning Detection Network® (NLDN) is the most scientifically accurate and reliable lightning information system, monitoring total lightning activity across the continental United States, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It has been proven to deliver unrivalled performance with excellent location accuracy and detection efficiency, and is the only U.S. network capable of both detecting cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning while, at the same time, correctly differentiating between the two.
An online lightning location report that objectively and accurately reports individual cloud-to-ground lightning strikes at a specific location on the date of loss.Available 24/7 and reports are viewable online. The NLDN or the CLDN is the lightning data source.
DMT132 is an affordable dew point measurement instrument designed to verify the functionality of refrigerant dryers. It is especially well suited for OEM dryer manufacturers.
Miniature size dew point transmitters DMT143 and DMT143L are ideal choices when you want to measure dew point accurately in small compressed air dryers, plastic dryers and other OEM applications. They are easy to integrate and can be used in Vaisala DM70 hand-held. The long version will be replacing the DMT242.
Winter can be a challenging time for airline operations due to the frequency, and sometimes unpredictability, of winter weather. Vaisala CheckTime is a modern decision-support system that helps airlines succeed during winter weather.
Road weather information is the key to successful decision making. The RWS200 is intelligently designed, with sophisticated algorithms and smart power management, because reliability is what matters. Deploy only what you need to do the job, all without sacrificing accuracy.
RWS200´s compatibility with various sensors makes it a complete road weather information solution. Vaisala sensors, mainly atmospheric, are sold around the world for many different applications. They are sold with Vaisala weather stations and without; however, when used as part of the RWS200, each sensor gains both accuracy and serviceability through communication between the station and the sensors, and even using data from other Vaisala sensors to validate the measurements.
All the benefits of dual polarization without the downtime and cost. Antenna-mounted receivers allow you to upgrade, rather than completely replace existing single-polarization systems. Apart from the obvious data quality and availability benefits this brings, it will also greatly reduce your maintenance costs – and at a lower initial investment than a full radar replacement.
The system collects road condition data and displays it on a smart phone on the dashboard of the vehicle. The data can also be brought back through the phone’s mobile network to be displayed in Vaisala’s road weather management software for the viewing by others in the agency. The Condition Patrol provides the following mobile measurements: road condition (dry, moist, wet, snow, ice), surface temperature, grip (slipperiness), dew point temperature, air temperature, humidity and layer thicknesses.
Increased passenger safety and comfort during take-off and landing, when crucial information about unpredictable changes in wind speed and direction is delivered in a timely and consistent manner. The solution decreases the burden on air traffic controllers by informing them immediately when and where windshear occurs and when the threat is over. The solution increases air traffic controllers’ decision-making confidence as decisions are based on facts, allowing them to issue timely and reliable advance warnings to pilots.
Vaisala AviMet® system conforms to all relevant ICAO and WMO weather requirements and provides official weather for your airport as well as includes systems for smaller airports and heliports. The system provides continuous, real-time weather reports for pilots, airport operators and managers and is a fully configurable to cover airport needs of all ICAO categories. Vaisala AWOS systems and solutions are designed to grow with your airport, making them the smart choice for long-term investment.
Thermal Mapping is a vehicle-based survey technique, scientifically proven to identify and quantify the distribution of temperature differences across a highway network.
Vaisala TWX300 is an automated lightning threat identification and warning for airports and lightning-sensitive operations.
A fully automated RVR assessment and reporting system for airports that uses Vaisala instrumentation specifically designed for aviation purposes. It is designed for high data availability, low maintenance and for providing accurate information in demanding visibility conditions to maximize airport safety and availability. The AviMet® RVR System conforms to ICAO requirements and follows practices recommended by ICAO.
The Vaisala AviMet® PC-Based Runway Visual Range System (RVR) is the only FAA approved RVR system. It provides fully automated runway visual range assessment and reporting for airports.