Our state of the art services are provided combining private and cloud
supercomputers running proprietary Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis
algorithms based on the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model. WRF
is the state-of-the-art atmospheric modeling system and it is applicable
for both meteorological research and numerical weather prediction.
Even the extremely rare tornado observed in Athens, Greece on 22.10.2015 had been forecasted and further study provided proof that the location was influenced by gravity waves propagating from the Peloponnese peninsula.
Our modeling and results have been validated and calibrated with numerous ground and airborne observations including glider flights. The record breaking 1033km mountain wave glider flight was based on the results of an experimental model developed for the forecasting of storms. The model was so accurate that it predicted the mountain wave without any modification.
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