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Oracle is a satellite-derived, gridded nowcasting system. It forecasts out to 3 hours at a 1-2km resolution, and rapid updates every 5 minutes. With this enhanced forecasting detail, Oracle has the upper hand over 9-12km resolution models when capturing temperature, lightning, cloud cover, wind and rainfall. This ensures that no matter where you are in Australia, you will have access to precision nowcasting and forecasting that can rapidly inform your critical business decisions.
Greater Situational Awareness
Working in conjunction with Weatherzone’s Stormtracker GIS system, Oracle provides full situational awareness of any severe weather event that presents risk to your business. Short-term forecasting and severe weather alerts enable you to foresee the intensity and duration of events, so you can prioritise the safety and preparation of your staff and assets.
Whatever the weather, we provide the insights to help keep you and your team safe, productive and profitable.
Oracle works beyond the existing radar system and extends across the most remote parts of Australia, so no matter where you are, you can see what’s on the horizon.
When extreme temperatures, severe weather and heavy rainfall affect your operations, Oracle delivers insight and alerts, buying you the time to prepare and take action.
Gain a visual understanding of current conditions. Oracle is the market-leading nowcasting system that facilitates making informed critical decisions quickly.
When a severe weather system is heading straight for you, our team of qualified meteorologists dissect the data around the clock to give you actionable solutions.
You don’t need to weather the storms alone. We can help you break down the timeline, so that you can approach your preparations in the most practical way, deciding on how best to manage the immediate risk.
Weatherzone Business’ experience and intelligence gives you a clear path through a complex situation. Let us assist you in making the best possible assessment of risk to your business when extreme weather threatens.
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