Atmospheric Systems Corporation (ASC) and Vista Engineering are working to streamline wind instrumentation data to end users. Vista’s Engineering’s web-based Vista Data Vision (VDV) lets users collect data from multiple sites and view it from a single dashboard. VDV creates web based graphs that include time series, wind roses,
power curves, histograms, and more. In addition, VDV lets users compare data from one instrument to another with XY scatter plots. For example, the arrangement lets users continuously monitor and compare SoDAR data to that of a meteorological tower. Plus, alarms can send user defined warnings and it is capable of providing custom reports.
ASC will work as a distributor and user of Vista Data Vision products. ASC will sell VDV equipment and its experience by ASC hosted DataPortal powered by Vista Data Vision. ASC’s DataPortal will have additional automation for data collection from a variety of instrumentation along with its SoDAR products. This lets users view their data securely via the web and stay informed on the operation of their systems from where they have an internet connection.
DataPortal will be based on Vista Engineering’s products letting users stay abreast of the data as it is collected with the ease of signing in to a secure portal.
Atmospheric Systems Corp.
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