Las Vegas, Nevada, March 25, 2014 – GeoMetWatch (GMW) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Exelis, a top-tier diversified global aerospace company that builds advanced weather satellite sensors, to design a geostationary hyperspectral sounder.
Mar 25, 2014
Jan 30, 2014
GeoMetWatch (GMW) announced today that it has realigned its executive ranks to assist its customers and the international meteorological data community in more effectively applying its advanced forecasting technologies. GeoMetWatch co-founder, David J. Crain, Ph.D. will become the company’s ...Click here for more
Jan 13, 2014
NORTH LOGAN, UTAH, January 13, 2014 - GeoMetWatch (GMW) announced today that it has named two new directors to its board. New members of the board are Dean M. Willard
Sep 23, 2013
Opening Statements Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Paul Broun (R-Ga.) Subcommittee on Environment Chairman Chris Stewart (R-Utah)
Washington, D.C. - The Subcommittees on Oversight and Environment today held a hearing to examine the status of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) polar-orbiting and geostationary weather satellites.
Sep 3, 2013
Startup commercial weather-data provider GeoMetWatch (GMW) has missed a financing deadline to fly a hyperspectral sounding instrument aboard a commercial telecommunications satellite, but GMW and the satellite’s owner are continuing their work on the project, GMW Chief Executive David J. Crain said.
Forecasting of extreme weather is about to get much more detailed, and within just a few years it will be possible for anybody with a smart phone to receive high-precision storm warnings based on data collected just a minute earlier – thanks partly to photonics.
Aug 12, 2013
Startup GeoMetWatch intends to leverage both commercial and U.S. government investments to launch a constellation of weather sensors to geostationary orbit and sell the resulting data commercially.
Aug 2, 2013
Weather satellites are an essential component of U.S. weather monitoring and forecasting, generating billions of dollars in benefits for the nation every year.
Jul 15, 2013
Located 22,236 miles above the equator, communication satellites have a pretty nice view of the Earth. They are also ideally situated to collect weather and climate data, which GeoMetWatch plans to take advantage of by sticking sensors on six of them.