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MSC - Meteo System Center

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MSC-Meteo System Center

Improving weather awareness during all aircraft flight phases is a challenging issue for the aviation industry. To achieve this heightened awareness, a system has been developed that detects and shows the most critical phenomena, such as turbulence, icing and thunderstorms. This new system has been researched and developed by CIRA, the Italian Aerospace Research Center within the PRORA program (the Italian Aerospace Research Program, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research), within the TECVOL-II project (technologies for autonomous flight). The main aims of the project have been to develop technologies that can achieve high levels of autonomy and improve the reliability and safety of a flight and the flexibility of operations, and development of automated systems to support the pilot of a ‘personal air vehicle’. Within this framework, Meteo System and Instrumentation Laboratory has created the Meteo Service Center (MSC), an advanced platform providing multisource aviation-critical weather information.

 

 

MSC-Meteo System Center<img alt="" src="http://webtest.cira.it/PublishingImages/Meteosystem.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.cira.it/en/aeronautics/sistemi-di-bordo-e-atm/tecvol-ii/msc-meteo-system-center/MSC-Meteo System CenterMSC-Meteo System Center<p>​<span style="line-height:107%;font-family:calibri, sans-serif;font-size:11pt;"><span lang="EN-GB"><font color="#000000">Improving weather awareness during all aircraft flight phases is a challenging issue for the aviation industry. To achieve this heightened awareness, a system has been developed that detects and shows the most critical phenomena, such as turbulence, icing and thunderstorms. This new system has been researched and developed by CIRA, the Italian Aerospace Research Center within the PRORA program (the Italian Aerospace Research Program, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research), within the TECVOL-II project (technologies for autonomous flight). The main aims of the project have been to develop technologies that can achieve high levels of autonomy and improve the reliability and safety of a flight and the flexibility of operations, and development of automated systems to support the pilot of a ‘personal air vehicle’. Within this framework, Meteo System and Instrumentation Laboratory has created the Meteo Service Center (MSC), an advanced platform providing multisource aviation-critical weather information.</font></span></span></p>

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