about our members

about our members © t Strategic Weather Services, Inc., an AMS corpo- sachusetts, announced patent filings for technologies rate member, announced in early April that it has to numerically model hyperspectral radiances mea- changed its corporate name to Planalytics, Inc. The sured by earth-orbiting satellites. Sensors aboard ci- new identity, effective immediately, reflects the vilian and military satellite platforms measure down-looking microwave and infrared data, which are company's expanded mission as a supply chain plan- used to determine properties of the atmosphere and ning portal serving three vertical markets: retail, agri- earth's surface for defense applications, weather pre- culture, and energy. diction, and global change studies. Although formu- "Planalytics is a more appropriate name to describe lated for satellite sensor simulation, the approach can our current business and the areas we intend to pur- be applied to any spectral doman and instrument-view- sue for future growth," said Frederick Fox, president ing geometry and to the general problem of flux or radi- and CEO. "The name change is just one step in the ance computation in emitting and scattering atmospheres. seven-year evolution of our successful Weathernomics (trademarked name) technology to become the domi- The new Optimal Spectral Sampling (OSS) ap- nant provider of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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© t Strategic Weather Services, Inc., an AMS corpo- sachusetts, announced patent filings for technologies rate member, announced in early April that it has to numerically model hyperspectral radiances mea- changed its corporate name to Planalytics, Inc. The sured by earth-orbiting satellites. Sensors aboard ci- new identity, effective immediately, reflects the vilian and military satellite platforms measure down-looking microwave and infrared data, which are company's expanded mission as a supply chain plan- used to determine properties of the atmosphere and ning portal serving three vertical markets: retail, agri- earth's surface for defense applications, weather pre- culture, and energy. diction, and global change studies. Although formu- "Planalytics is a more appropriate name to describe lated for satellite sensor simulation, the approach can our current business and the areas we intend to pur- be applied to any spectral doman and instrument-view- sue for future growth," said Frederick Fox, president ing geometry and to the general problem of flux or radi- and CEO. "The name change is just one step in the ance computation in emitting and scattering atmospheres. seven-year evolution of our successful Weathernomics (trademarked name) technology to become the domi- The new Optimal Spectral Sampling (OSS) ap- nant provider of

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Published: Sep 1, 2000

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