Integrated Weather Observation System debuts

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Intellisense Systems has introduced a new weather station, the Integrated Weather Observation System (IWOS) that captures more than a dozen environmental parameters.

Available in both portable and fixed operations, the IWOS has solar-powered capabilities, satellite communications, cloud-based datalogging, and the ability to fit the entire system into a single case that weighs less than 25 pounds, according to company officials.

With two-way Iridium satellite connectivity, the IWOS can report weather data from even in the most remote places on Earth, company officials add.

The environmental sensing modules on the IWOS offer a range of weather sensing capabilities, including temperature, pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, GPS, lightning distance and frequency, and cloud height.

Company officials add the whole system can be set up and begin reporting data in less than 10 minutes.

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