Climatronics Introduces Updated Tactical Weather Station For UAV Ground Control Systems.TACMET TACMET Tactical Meteorological Equipment
TACMET Tactical Forces Control Management System II (P/N 102304), to provide real-time surface weather input for UAV ground control stations (GCS GCS Glasgow Coma Scale
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GCS Ground Control Station
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GCS Ground Control System
GCS Ground Combat Systems
GCS Group Communication Systems ). This rapidly deployable, compact, self-contained weather station typically mounts on a mast or tripod on or near the GCS and includes an internal flux gate flux gate
A detector used to indicate the direction of the earth's magnetic field. compass to automatically align the wind direction data to North. The system requires extremely low power and can be operated from a wide variety of AC or DC power sources. Its compact size does not compete for storage or deployment space.
The digital output is easily integrated into almost any existing or planned data and display system application. Climatronics offers our WeatherView(TM) and AWeather(TM) software packages for real-time data display and analysis. WeatherView(TM) and AWeather(TM) run on either a laptop or PDA.
Climatronics' TACMET II has been the weather station of choice for UAV ground control systems used by the US military. Several additional programs have selected the TACMET II for their local weather data requirements and will be fielding them in 2009.
Climatronics is a leading manufacturer of weather sensors and systems specializing in turn-key system integration and custom application. We supply and service our equipment throughout the world and maintain a complete factory calibration facility. To learn more about this product or to review our entire range of products and services, visit our website at http://www.climatronics.com/ or call 631-567-7300. For the military customer, "We help YOU own the weather!"
Contact: David W. Gilmore (631-567-7300) or David I David I, king of Scotland
David I, 1084–1153, king of Scotland (1124–53), youngest son of Malcolm III and St. Margaret of Scotland. During the reign of his brother Alexander I, whom he succeeded, David was earl of Cumbria, ruling S of the Clyde . Katz (215-579-4292)
CONTACT: David W. Gilmore, +1-631-567-7300; or David I. Katz, +1-215-579-4292
Web Site: http://www.climatronics.com/
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