TST System provides comprehensive services related to the supply, installation, testing, and commissioning of weather systems. This includes the provision of state-of-the-art weather monitoring equipment, such as sensors, weather stations, and software solutions, TST System also offers testing and commissioning services to ensure that the systems are fully functional and accurate, and provide training to personnel on how to use the equipment effectively. The weather systems can be customized to meet specific client requirements, and can be used in a range of industries, including aviation, maritime, and offshore operations.
WS200-UMB Smart Weather Sensor
Compact all-in-one weather sensor from the WS-Series. Measurement of Temperature, Rainfal, wind direction and speed.
AWAC Wave and Current Profiler Sensor
AWAC has become the standard reference technology in submerged wave-measurement applications. Thousands of these ADCPs have been deployed to capture the full wave spectrum in combination with current profiles.
Laser Wave & Tide Sensor
Non Contact Wave and Tide Sensor is for use in hazardous or non-hazardous locations. The use of Laser technology in this application is a practical alternative to traditional tide gauges and wave height gauges as the sensor is not subject to fouling and high maintenance requirements which is common to submerged sensors.
Environmental Monitoring software (EMS) with weather sensors typically uses a network of sensors to collect data on temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, wave high, wave profile, rainfall, tide, solar rediation and other weather conditions. The data is then analyzed and visualized using software tools that provide real-time monitoring, alerts, and reporting.
Flood Warning Systems
Flood warning systems save lives, protect property and limit damage to infrastructure by monitoring rainfall and water levels and alerting when conditions approach dangerous levels. An effective flood warning system enables authorities to take appropriate action such as evacuation and control of dams in advance of a flood event, often leading to much less catastrophic outcomes when severe weather strikes.
Data Buoy is designed for deployment in lakes, rivers, coastal waters, harbors, estuaries and other freshwater or marine environments. The floating platform supports both topside and subsurface environmental monitoring sensors including weather stations, wave sensors, thermistor strings, multi-parameter sondes, Doppler current profilers and other monitoring instruments.
The wind sock is designed to be mounted on a pole or frame in a location where it can catch the wind. When the wind blows, the sock will fill up with air and orient itself in the direction from which the wind is blowing. This provides a visual indicator of the wind direction and speed for pilots, sailors, and other individuals who need to take wind conditions into account for safety or operational reasons.
Cloud Based Weather System
Cloud-based weather system collects data from various sources, including weather stations and radars, and uses machine learning algorithms and predictive models to analyze the data and generate forecasts. The system can provide a range of weather-related information, such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, humidity, air pressure, Wave and visibility.