Prediction and Warning of Transported Turbulence in Long-Haul Aircraft Operations

Gary P. Ellrod, S.T. Shipley, A. Peterlin and M. Spence (2017)

18th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Tuesday, 24 January 2017

https://ams.confex.com/ams/97Annual/webprogram/Paper303645.html

 8-9 Dec 2015 - Geobrowser “animation” showing approximate location of TTP region as a function of time and flight levels. The colored dots show hour-by-hour forecast locations of possible turbulence at Flight Levels 400 (green) 380 (blue) and 360 (red). Red circles with white arrows show intersections between flight tracks and concurrent TTP positions.

Dispatch-Pilot Connection

WxOps flight tests the OpsTablet(R) suite with Inmarsat Swift Broad Band at Hawaiian Airlines.

OpsTablet® debuts

Transported Turbulence

WxOps is providing warnings for those "unpredicted" Clear Air Turbulence events.

CAT Prediction debuts

Open Source Geobrowser

WxOps uses NASA SBIR to secure a state of the art geobrowser for operational applications.

WorldWindEarth.org

Contact WxOps:

Mark D. Spence, CEO at (808) 779-5096, mspence@wxops.com

Albert Peterlin, COO at (717) 623-6534, apeterlin@wxops.com

Dr. Scott T. Shipley, CIO at (571) 309-6024, sshipley@wxops.com