As a developer and manufacturer of hydrological and meteorological monitoring solutions, at OTT HydroMet we know a thing or two about collecting and evaluating atmospheric data. That’s why Victor Cassella and Sasha Ivans, two of our experienced meteorologists at OTT HydroMet, strongly supported this year’s AMS Annual Meeting’s incorporated statement: “Full, open, and timely access to data is critical to the advancement of atmospheric and related sciences”.
But where does this data come from? Even the smartest algorithms need real data to evaluate and turn into forecasts or analyses. Victor and Sasha talk about various industries and scientific disciplines and how their expectations and requirements are changing facing climate change.
Podcast: After the 2023 AMS Annual Meeting – Meteorologists Discuss Growing Need for Data
Victor and Sasha talk about various industries and scientific disciplines and how their expectations and requirements are changing facing climate change. Tune in and learn about:
- Different regions are differently impacted by climate change – exemplified by the contrast between the west and the east of the USA
- Various industries and applications that need to adapt to changing weather conditions, ranging from traditional weather observation to agriculture to renewable energy production
- Advantages of compiling monitoring stations based on a comprehensive, harmonized portfolio
The picture has been taken on this year’s AMS Annual Meeting. Sasha Ivans (on the right) led a session during the 23rd Symposium on Meteorological Observation and Instrumentation. Sasha was there with his colleagues Jeff Cole and David Johnston. In case the embedded player does not appear, listen to the episode on Buzzsprout via this link.
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