ESRL Global Systems Division
7 Apr 15
SOS at the Annual Space Weather Workshop
The annual Space Weather Workshop will feature special presentations to international space weather professionals using SOS.
25 Mar 15
NOAA's SOS at National Science Teachers Association National Conference
At the NSTA National Conference in Chicago, SOS Education Specialist Hilary Peddicord presented lessons and gave demonstrations featuring SOS's new flat-screen classroom application, SOS Explorer™.
23 Feb 15
GSD Hazard Services Team Meets Major Milestone
In collaboration with the National Weather Service and Raytheon Technical Services, GSD staff have met a major milestone in developing a new Hazard Services system for NWS forecasters. The upcoming 15.1.1 build of AWIPS II (September 2015 field release) will include a version of Hazard Services that will allow forecasters across the nation to experiment with the new functionality for hydrological hazards.
6 Feb 15
NOAA Engages Broader Weather Community with Open Data Initiative
NOAA's High Impact Weather Prediction Project will begin its Open Data Initiative on February 9, 2015. The goal is to actively involve the broader weather forecasting community in the evaluation of model development.
26 Jan 15
First SOS System in Middle East
The first Science on a Sphere® in the Middle East has been installed at the Children’s City Museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
21 Jan 15
MADIS Successfully Transitioned from Research to Operations
Collaborative work between OAR, NWS, and NESDIS led to the Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System (MADIS) being declared operational on January 21. MADIS was established in 2001 to prototype access, integration, quality control, and distribution techniques for real-time observation data, and now provides quality-controlled data from a wide variety of observing systems covering the globe.