The meteorological stations include the following individual sensors:
- Ultrasonic wind sensor
- Temperature – humidity sensor
- Pyranometer for solar irradiance
- Rain gauge
- Lighting level and visibility sensor
- Thunderbolt sensor
- Airplane Light Intensity Sensor
Overall, detailed data are provided, in accordance with strict regulations (ICAO and FAA), which include, inter alia, the intensity, direction and trend of the last interval for wind, temperature, sunshine, visibility, humidity, atmospheric pressure, cloud coverage.
Stations are designed to be connected to the Internet and can send data to a Cloud Virtual Server, both for data storage and operation, increasing system flexibility.
A Cloud Database application has also been developed to collect operating data and data from an AWOS network where new stations can be easily imported and easily managed and monitored from the Internet, and all stations displayed on maps (Google maps) to make the administration environment extremely friendly and easy to use.
It is planned to install the stations in other environments in the future, such as oil platforms, while simultaneously having the ability of combining stations and their data with company-developed forecasting models and/or hindcasts, with the aim to analyze and evaluate meteorological conditions in areas of high interest.