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Weather is a factor in the safety of lives and structures, which is why DTN is offering COVID-19 responders around the world access to our weather insights.
As part of offshore tender responses, bidding companies will typically analyze what they can expect the weather to be throughout the year. Based on this data, they’ll establish when in the year they can reasonably expect to do the work.
Even though this winter didn’t bring the traditional arctic weather, there are still several weeks left for potential hazardous road conditions. In fact, roads in a mild winter can be just as, or even more dangerous.
DTN was recently recognized for its outstanding use of GIS to provide creative content to customers during the Esri Partner Conference in Palm Springs, California.
DTN is committed to the health and safety of our employees and customers. As such, we have measures in place to ensure our operations continue uninterrupted during the COVID-19 global health crisis.
The DTN office in Seville, Spain, recently took on a challenge to reduce its environmental footprint and succeeded by reducing CO2 emissions and energy use, and increasing recycling efforts.
New advances in technology, along with sophisticated weather models and algorithms, provide more accurate turbulence forecasts.
“When is going to start snowing?” and “How much will we get?” are two of the most often asked winter questions for meteorologists. But a better question is “What type of precipitation are we going to get?”
Pilots, helicopter operators, and others in the aviation industry now have more aviation weather insights at their fingertips, thanks to DTN AviationSentry.