AMS Annual Meeting
January 10-15, 2021
Join us at the American Meteorological Society’s Annual Meeting to learn about our innovative and life-saving weather technology and science. Organizations around the world rely on Baron’s industry-leading weather radars to collect the data that is the foundation of their meteorological networks. Baron was selected to install dual-polarization technology in all 171 U.S. NEXRAD radars. Baron radars are available in multiple configurations and feature radial-by-radial ZDR calibration and superior clutter suppression technology.
Baron forecast modeling allows organizations to more accurately forecast all types of weather conditions, enabling them to act fast and take the proper actions when significant weather approaches. Our forecast models accurately predict a wide range of events including tropical, flooding, rain and snow accumulations, wind, temperature, air quality, road conditions and more.
Baron can integrate radar and model data together with other observational data from sensors, gauges, satellite images and more into one system. This gives scientists and forecasters the ability to view multiple datasets simultaneously for a more in-depth understanding of current and forecasted conditions.
Join us at the following event during the show:
Thursday, January 14th – 3:45pm: John McHenry, Baron Chief Scientist for Advanced Meteorological Systems and Chair of the American Meteorological Society Committee on Hydrology, will deliver a presentation titled “Simulation of a Multi-week Flood Event and the Impact of Explicit Flood Inundation Feedback Modeling.” Click here for more information.