EarthCast™: Know the Future

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Our products provide crucial environmental prediction information. Our years of experience in Earth system and Environmental sciences, Earth observations, meteorology, super computing, visual presentations and communications have all combined to bring you precise predictions delivered through meaningful and stunning high definition images. We produce predictions with unrivaled accuracy that look like real events in three

HyperResolution 1km Prediction

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EarthCast Technologies, LP processes satellite observations from around the globe and uses the data in our advanced prediction technologies to generate highly precise information for monitoring and predictions. Our HyperResolution predictions provide extremely detailed information about weather, water and land conditions in near real time. EarthCast™ out performs others because we continuously update our predictions

Typical Weather Forecasts vs. Run every 6 hours 12km-30km Resolution 3-6 hour Time Resolution Weather forecasts typically shown as large blobs Standard products over a set geographic area EarthCast™ Predictions Continuously as needed (from every minute to hourly) Resolutions below 1000 meters Output Time Resolution as low as a few minutes 3D Products and animations

Why aren’t others doing this?

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There are more than 100 instruments on board the current constellation of Earth observing satellites that look back at our planet gathering critical data about the land, oceans and atmosphere. The data streams back to Earth as thousands of channels of data every minute of every day. How much data is that? About the size

How is EarthCast™ Different?

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In one word . . . Innovation. Our president and founder has spent his entire career exploring, defining, and predicting the Earth’s combined air, sea and land systems. With a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences and 40+ years of developing cutting-edge applications for Earth system science, he spent decades at NASA spearheading the development of Earth

On April 1, 1960 NASA launched the first weather satellite into orbit around the Earth. TIROS-1 revolutionized the way that we think about the Earth, providing us the ability to look back at our planet from space. Now, more than fifty years later, there are over 50 earth-viewing satellites in orbit that continuously monitor the

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