It is a web based meteorological analysis application with a specific database consisting of historical (about 20 years) METAR, TAF and SPECI reports for airports where the airlines perform flights or have a potential to perform flight.
Through the OpsMet® service, users can receive retroactive graphical and formatted reports using various parameters.
Various predefined analyses such as incident inquiries, prevailling wind analysis, wind component, field vision analysis can be reported by using OpsMet®.
The OpsMet® database is updated automatically with METAR, TAF and SPECI reports published daily.
Areas of Use
Determination of appropriate tariff days and hours
Provision of appropriate crew assignment
Improving the number of passengers carried
Presentation of accurate airfield weather forecasts
Contribution to decision-support process at the stage of flightplanning (cancellation, delay, fuel, etc.)
Determining the requirements of the field facilities (de-icing etc.) and maintenance equipment (lightning strike)
OpsMet® uses only registered data coming from registered weather condition data provider systems.
The system is operated in a closed network that all nodes, servers and clients are on the same VPN.
The communication infrastructure used in the OpsMet® system is the server-client architecture running on the secure HTTP protocol.
Flexibility and Extensibility
The OpsMet® database contains verified retrospective METAR, TAF and SPECI broadcast data for more than 700 fields worldwide. The desired retrospective data of any field can be easily added to the OpsMet® database.
OpsMet® can be integrated with operational support systems such as flight planning and crew assignment system to make flight operation and planning using more accurate and processed weather data.
In the OpsMet® road map, it is anticipated that detailed analyses of the METAR, TAF and SPECI reports published and weather forecasts on the flight route can be made in the coming period.
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