Geospatial Images and Clear Air Turbulence

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There are different types of turbulence, but clear air turbulence or CAT is especially hazardous for pilots, crew, and passengers. One telling statistic is that turbulence incidents account for more than 70 percent of all weather-related incidents that can cause damage and injury.

What Kind Of Weather Data Do Utilities Need?

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Mark Twain once said about the weather, “In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours.” This unpredictability has made the average person concerned with the weather forecast. How much more so for those who hold positions of responsibility in electric utility companies?

Gaining An Edge In Securing Mutual Assistance

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Mutual aid can quickly complicate matters and frustrate clients without accurate information and proper procedures in place. With the pressures of power outages and customer expectations, a utility company can rapidly go from “strength in numbers” to “too much of a good thing.”

How To Avoid Container Losses

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Considering how many containers are lost at sea, shipping companies and the shipping industry, in general, need practical tools to face this contingency. Data from the World Shipping Council Containers Lost At Sea – 2020 Update shows 1,382 shipping containers, on average, are lost at sea each year.

How Can I Decrease My Alpha Factor Margin?

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There are many pieces of information that are collected when planning a marine operation, from the risk assessment to its alpha factor. These practices are in place to ensure that any process is done safely and that the equipment and crew are protected from unsafe weather conditions.