WeatherSentry Online Transportation Edition

Weather management tools designed for the transportation industry

Advanced weather information and alerts for better year-round road maintenance operations

WeatherSentry Online Transportation Edition
  • Features

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    • Location-specific, customisable alerts
    • Available via PC or mobile device
    • Ability to submit questions online to an experienced meteorologist, any time of the day or night
    • Real-time weather conditions, plus daily forecasts for the next 15 days and hourly forecasts for the immediate 36 hours
    • Pavement forecasts and treatment recommendations
    • Ability to layer weather conditions with traffic cameras views and traffic speeds on an interactive map
    • Available worldwide


    Benefits

    Make safer, more efficient winter road maintenance decisions with advanced weather capabilities

    • Patented PrecipTimer®, which lets you know exactly when snow or ice will start, and how long it's expected to last
    • Location-specific, 15-day forecasts and hourly forecasts for the immediate 36 hours
    • Customisable alerts for conditions of most importance to you
    • Online Q and A with an experienced meteorologist, any time of the day or night, for professional insight when making important decisions
    • Convenient access via PC or mobile device -- plus new smartphone apps for Android™ and Apple® iPhone® devices that deliver GPS-based forecasts and alerts for an exact location
    • Traffic camera and speed layers showing the real-time impact of weather on traffic and roadways for better situational awareness
    • Pavement forecasts and treatment recommendations

    Applications

    • Efficiently schedule crews for winter road maintenance
    • Schedule effective anti-icing programs with accurate weather and pavement forecasts
    • Maintain public safety
    • Monitor traffic and pavement conditions (Road Weather Information System, or RWIS) during extreme weather events