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Building a Better Weather Radar

Since the advent of weather applications for radar following the second World War, engineers and operators have historically encountered a number of major challenges. From the accuracy of data processing to the...

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Critical Weather, Uncategorized

The Benefits of Automated Meteorological Networks in Africa

In October 2018, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued a report ranking January-September of that year as the fourth-warmest on record for the same nine-month span of time. As...

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Critical Weather, Scientific Development

Jack Hayes Q&A

Jack Hayes at the WMO Headquarters in 2007 In April 2018, Baron announced the addition of former US National Weather Service Director Jack Hayes to its international business development staff. A retired...

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Company News, Critical Weather, Scientific Development

Ensuring Aviation Weather Safety in Bangladesh

In June 2018, Baron delivered a 350,000-Watt C-band dual-polarization radar to the Bangladesh Air Force, where it is now at work at base in Jessore. The air force’s goal was to enhance...

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Company News, Critical Weather

Technical Workshop: Flood and Tropical Events

[:en]                       NEW – Complete Agenda Now Available!   21 and 22 March 2017 Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre Singapore Baron and...

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Company News, Critical Weather, Events

Baron Forecast Model Performance during Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew was a major storm—at its greatest intensity, a Category 5 hurricane—that severely impacted Haiti on October 4, 2016. The storm then proceeded to track northward, skirting the eastern Florida coast...

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Case Studies, Critical Weather