Weather Monitoring ApplicationsWeather webcams are all the rage, but they don't tell the whole story of what's going on up in the sky. The All Sky Cam shows you the entire sky and even some of the ground around it, thanks to its 190 degree field of view. The live, full motion video output of the camera connects to your TV set to display a full color view of clouds, precipitation, and other phenomena.
What You Can See
BenefitsSolar power operators: With specialized algorithms, the camera can be used to provide short term predictions of local solar irradiance in order to forecast plant output on timescales of minutes to an hour.
Weather enthusiasts: Keep an eye on the entire sky while at your TV or home office. See cloud and precipitation types instantly, and spot unusual cloud formations you would otherwise miss.
Weathercasters: Give your audience a unique perspective on the sky, by showing time lapse videos of storms. For extra appeal, position it in view of a local landmark. In a downtown area, towering skyscrapers can add excitement when they deflect clouds.
Storm chasers1: Most vehicles have poor visibility up and behind a vehicle, and getting surprised by a funnel cloud on top of you can really ruin your day. The All Sky Cam can give you the situational awareness you need to stay clear of tornadoes.
Airport FBOs: Set up the All Sky Cam feeding a television in a common area to give folks inside an idea of what the weather is doing outside.
1 Please note that the glass dome is not rated to withstand severe hail. For mobile usage we recommend protecting the ASC under an acrylic dome. Storm damage is not covered by warranty, but replacement glass domes may be purchased conveniently.
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