Feeling frantic about the upcoming winter? Are all your maintenance operations ducks in a row? Leave the worry about the weather to Iteris. With over 20 years of weather forecasting for the transportation community, our 24/7 Weather Operations Center is staffed with experienced meteorologists forecasting the weather across the US.
As the warm days of summer transition to the cooler days of autumn, winter conditions start to appear on the horizon.
Every subscription to pavement forecast software from Iteris includes access to the web-based software, as well as the maintenance decision support system (MDSS) mobile app. Our app has many of the features of the full website on an easy-to-use mobile platform available for both Android and Apple.
Each year public entities, from the smallest municipal governments to the largest departments of transportation, are under intense scrutiny over how they allocate budget to maintain roads throughout the winter season.
As the cooler temperatures of fall start to overtake the summer heat, the forecasters at Iteris are busily preparing for the upcoming snow and ice season, commonly referred to as winter.
Millions of international and domestic tourists descend upon cities and counties throughout the United States each year, from visiting historic landmarks and natural wonders to taking a quick city break or a ski trip.
With the abundance of smartphones in today’s society and technology advancing on a seemingly daily basis, gone are the days of having to read the newspaper or watch the evening news to get information on the weather.
Tornadoes are one of the most fear-inducing types of weather in the United States, with some of the most dramatic weather images and video capturing the undoubted destruction they cause.
When most people think of storm chasing, they think of passionate weather folks driving across the Southern Plains in search of a massive tornado.
For many of us, the arrival of June signals the beginning of the summer season, and a return to warm weather and outdoor activities. But for those living along the Eastern Seaboard and the Gulf Coast, the arrival of June has more ominous undertones as it signals the onset of hurricane season.