Radiometrics Corporation (formerly Atmospheric Systems Corporation) is a world leader in high-resolution remote sensing of lower boundary layer winds with SOnic Detection A Ranging (SODAR) systems. ASC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Radiometrics.
Radiometrics offers a wide variety of remote sensing products to address your wind measurement needs.
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SodarView is a real-time interface that allows users to monitor and control their sodar. Additionally, SodarView allows users to analyze background spectra and adjust the system frequency to help prevent data from being corrupted.
DataPortal is the most advanced web monitoring tool, allowing users to see data from their sodar streamed to an easy to access web portal. Additionally, DataPortal can be configured to import data from other instruments such as dataloggers, LiDARs, and more to create a one-stop shop for users to easily monitor all of their systems and track data with the same tool at the same time.
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Wind Energy Development
Radiometrics sodars are an ideal fit for any development campaign. Recent studies have shown that adding a sodar to a met campaign can provide more value to development than the cost of the unit.
Wind Energy Forecasting
Radiometrics sodars are the only remote sensors that should be employed in your forecasting analysis. Radiometrics sodars have the unmatched ability to display real-time atmospheric structure. These displays can show winds mixing downward as inversions break up and even small scale fluctuations like K-waves that can be a telltale sign of a an upcoming ramp event.
ASC (now Radiometrics) sodars have been utilized at airports for decades. They have been used for tracking lower level wind shear, wake vortices, and microbursts.
Understanding downstream impacts of emissions is essential for waste management. Radiometrics sodars give users the ability to monitor winds and determine the impact of power plants, waste facilities, and more.
The toughest part of fighting a fire is understanding the wind. Radiometrics sodars are rapidly deployable and provide critical real-time information about the wind.