With SisMeteo, we have created a product that massively reduces the wind risks for a ropeway operation. The system not only increases the quality of current wind information, but also makes life easier for operators as an early warning system.
By networking diverse weather and wind information data, from the satellite to the local ground station, a highly informative wind and weather image is projected. With a multi-dimensional meteorological model, combined with ground measurement data (measurements on ropeways, existing measurement networks, specific measurement points), a sufficiently precise spatial weather picture can be generated.
Based on the sketched meteorological model network, it is a matter of course that further added value options arise as side products. This is a wind forecast on the one hand and a local weather forecast on the other. By applying the most modern scientific calculation models, a high degree of congruence between prognosis and reality is achieved.
Combined with the limitless options offered by today’s IT systems, the information obtained is distributed and disseminated in a manner appropriate to the recipient. The wind information is now an integral part of the SisControl Cockpit and is always available for the system manager to analyse.
Together with our scientific partner Meteotest from Bern, we are now in a position to make a forecast for the next 24 hours based on the wind data we have collected from the past. This enables the railway/ropeway operator to react early to wind development and to prepare its operation for the change.
Local weather forecast system that measures, records and forecasts wind and other weather data. This increases the safety of the systems and helps with planning.
All wind metres of a location as well as the calculated forecast are integrated into the SisControl Cockpit and are available to the system manager at all times.
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