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Weather Sensors Mounted on Commercial Airplanes to Provide Ultra-Accurate Weather Forecasts

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Up until recently, meteorologists used a combo of ground weather sensors, weather balloons, satellite imagery and computer calculations to determine the current weather conditions and future forecast for your location.

AirDat uses wallet-sized sensors, attached to commercial jets, to deliver some of the most accurate weather forecasts ever presented. Covering more ground than ever before, AirDat can deliver specific local specs, rather than regional conditions. AirDat already has 160 sensor-equipped planes making daily flights out of 225 airports across all 50 states with 320 more planes on the way.

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