Written in the Java programming language, this software can be used to visualize the data of different kinds of meteorological sensors in a variety of ways, especially suited for aviation meteorologists at airports.
The features of the software can be summarized as follows:
|Automatically retrieves the latest sensor data from a database and adds it to the display.|
|Displays can be fully configured by the user. Each display may contain one or more sensors in different views.|
|Each sensor can be viewed either as a line-graph, a table, a single number or a symbol which changes in size.|
|Additionally an airport map can be used to see the location of the sensors. Each sensor may be toggled on/off directly in the map.|
|Data limits can be set for each sensor value which cause the sensor to be displayed in red color if the value is exceeded.|
|A movie feature allows to see the historical development of the sensor data.|
|Several sensors can be grouped to form a virtual sensor which can be used to control the display of a wind-rose (see below).|
|The data can be printed as well.|
|Runs on all computer platforms which support the Java2 run-time environment, for example: Windows, Sun/Solaris, Compaq/Digital Unix, IBM/AIX, Linux etc.|
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The following images show some examples of possible sensor displays: