WeatherFlow aims for better forecasting
WeatherFlow, a Rocky Mountain Innosphere company with 30 employees and offices in six states, believes it has the answer to both problems.
Established about a decade ago and an Innosphere company the past five years, the company's operations address everything from capturing wind speeds of hurricanes to websites that provide windsurfing and kitesurfing conditions.
It has worked with academic, industry and government researchers on matters covering a range of atmospheric and oceanographic sciences, including the National Oceanographic and Atmosphere Administration, U.S. military and more than a dozen universities.
WeatherFlow's consumer products include an application called WindAlert for the web and smart phones that gives global wind observations from more than 50,000 stations. Its iWindsurf.com gives detailed wind information for windsurfing spots nationwide through graphs, email alerts, cameras and a mapping system.
Designed for sailors, WeatherFlow's SailFlow.com offers general
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