Implementing the GeoMetWatch plan requires the expertise and specialization of key strategic partners. GeoMetWatch partners include:
- Utah State University
- Utah State University Advanced Weather Systems Laboratory
- University of Wisconsin
- University of Wisconsin's Space Science and Engineering Center
- Marsh Aviation and Aerospace Practice Group
- Interlink and Griffin Financial Group
Utah State University AWS will complete the build and test of the first STORM™ sensor and transfer it to the satellite bus provider for integration during calendar year 2016. After integration, the bus and sensor will be moved to the pre-selected launch site where the satellite will be prepared and launched into its pre-determined geostationary orbit during calendar year 2016. After launch and check out of the sensor, the process of data collection will begin.
University of Wisconsin’s Space Science and Engineering Center is one of the world’s experts at collecting data from space. They have significant infrastructure in place and are developing new facility designs in preparation to commence downloading and disseminating data to GeoMetWatch customers.
Marsh Aviation and Aerospace Practice Group, will aid GeoMetWatch in risk containment.
Interlink and the Griffin Financial Group have engaged with GeoMetWatch to assist them in obtaining project financing.