Is this project an undergraduate, graduate, or faculty project?

Undergraduate

group

Daytona Beach

Poster Session; 5-minute Oral Presentation

Authors' Class Standing

Kade Mahoney, Senior Hailey DeNys, Junior Evelyn Taylor, Senior

Lead Presenter's Name

Kade Mahoney

Faculty Mentor Name

Dr. Mihhail Berezovski

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Abstract

WeatherFlow, a personal meteorological station company, collaborated with an undergraduate team at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to create a new way of visualizing real time meteorological data. Students used the meteorological data to create a real time display of the weather in relation to a principle station. Temperature, wind, rain, and lightning were tracked in a grid structure with ten-mile intervals from ten to fifty miles along the eight principle directions, North, Northwest, West, South West, South, South East, East, and North East. This visualization tool will give users a new understanding of their local conditions allowing them to better plan their daily activities.

Did this research project receive funding support (Spark, SURF, Research Abroad, Student Internal Grants, or Ignite Grants) from the Office of Undergraduate Research?

No

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Improving the Functionality of Personal Weather Stations Through Data Analytics

WeatherFlow, a personal meteorological station company, collaborated with an undergraduate team at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to create a new way of visualizing real time meteorological data. Students used the meteorological data to create a real time display of the weather in relation to a principle station. Temperature, wind, rain, and lightning were tracked in a grid structure with ten-mile intervals from ten to fifty miles along the eight principle directions, North, Northwest, West, South West, South, South East, East, and North East. This visualization tool will give users a new understanding of their local conditions allowing them to better plan their daily activities.

 

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