Exhibitor information: The Weather Company






For years, organisations like yours have depended on us for the world’s most accurate and precise weather forecasts. Now, as an IBM business, we provide even more innovative thinking, mission-critical solutions, and essential data and insights than ever before.

The Weather Company transforms superior weather into flight safety, efficiency and performance, with 9 out of the 10 largest global airlines trust us to make better decisions, keep passengers safer and make their businesses smarter. You get the confidence to make informed decisions and take action in the face of weather.

Drive Better Decisions with Situational Awareness

Real-time collaboration yields long-term benefits. As soon as there is an issue, you need to know about it. Intelligent alerting prioritises big data, making near real-time decisions possible. Fusion integrates with existing systems so dispatch, operations, and management can stay aware and ahead of changing conditions, as well as mitigate the impact of disruptive events. It is the industry’s most advanced, proactive flight monitoring application, fusing public and proprietary weather information with near-real-time flight and airspace data.

Leverage Faster, Richer Information
Your pilots require the same superior weather and flight information available to dispatchers and ground personnel to ensure timely and collaborative flight decisions. Pilotbrief delivers the most relevant preflight briefing experience directly to your iPad or web browser. With our app, pilots and crew can visualize aviation weather, airspace notifications, and flight plans in an interactive workspace to make the best flight decisions. Quickly retrieve and sign your flight release, generate your weather briefing, and access detailed maps and charts.

Reduce Injuries and Maintenance
When it comes to weather and aviation, knowledge is power. Our Global Forecast Center delivers mission-critical weather data to airlines worldwide, producing 26 billon individual forecasts daily. Meteorological insights are drawn from satellites, weather stations, planes, radar, and terminal and enroute data, and are used to produce HIWC, NOWrad, global satellite, NWP models, global lightning, and other aviation-specific layers.

For more information, please visit our website: https://business.weather.com/industry-solutions/aviation