Advanced radar display increases access to time-sensitive weather data
MINNEAPOLIS (June 16, 2020) Businesses who rely on weather data to make critical decisions now have access to faster and more detailed radar data within DTN WeatherSentry®. DTN, an independent source of insights, analysis and decision-support solutions, announced today that it is leveraging advanced radar and display technology to its premier online weather solution customized for business users across multiple industries. Previously, this technology was only available through RadarScope, the award-winning radar app developed by DTN.
Adding RadarScope capabilities to WeatherSentry brings the powerful radar display app directly to businesses that rely on real-time weather information to make decisions. WeatherSentry users now have access to single site radar data, instead of a composite image, so detailed weather information is in the hands of the user in a matter of seconds versus minutes. RadarScope is the only weather app that displays the highest native resolution, or super-resolution, available across platforms including iOS, Mac, Apple TV, Android, and Windows.
“Our focus at DTN is to deliver actionable insights to our customers,” said Michael Eilts, DTN senior vice president-weather. “Our RadarScope app is extremely popular as it delivers real-time radar imagery. Now, our business customers can access that technology within WeatherSentry, the solution for weather analytics and meteorological expertise.”
The RadarScope technology is available for WeatherSentry professional and platinum service level customers. WeatherSentry is the industry leader in combining advanced weather analytics and meteorological expertise with industry experts for agriculture, aviation, energy and renewable energy, public safety, sports and transportation industries. Within WeatherSentry, users can access real-time information from a team of meteorologists at DTN and customize their experience by setting alerts for a wide range of severe weather incidents. Click here to learn more about RadarScope and WeatherSentry.