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TempoQuest, the leading provider of accelerated microscale weather forecasts, launches its latest version of AceCAST

TempoQuest, the leading provider of accelerated microscale weather forecast software and services, launches its latest version of AceCAST™, the only solution on the market providing …

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TempoQuest Partners with Weatherbell Analytics

TempoQuest, Inc., today announced a partnership with WeatherBell Analytics, the industry leader in forecast model data visualization and customized weather data products. “The partnership with WeatherBell, the leader in the modeling and analytics space, will provide the most effective means of putting TempoQuest’s accelerated WRF products…

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NVIDIA – WRF – Jensen Huang – Tempo Quest

NVIDIA has announced plans to develop specific areas of the weather forecasting market that aligns with Tempo Quest, and has proclaimed that Tempo Quest is the best in the world at accelerating WRF. NVIDIA has declared Tempo Quest as NVIDIA’s exclusive accelerated WRF developer.

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NVIDIA Pledges Support for TempoQuest GPU WRF Project

Thank you for recent information regarding the next phase of your business plan. Following the discussions with TempoQuest executives and review of your past accomplishments, NVIDIA would like to express our interest and support for the TQI CUDA WRF project.

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TempoQuest – The Science of Faster More Accurate Weather Forecasts

Anyone concerned about weather forecasts, which is all of us, wants to know if it is possible to obtain more accurate forecasts faster. The National Weather service has made progress in the area of hail versus rain and the movement of thunderstorms.

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TempoQuest – A GEO Satellite Weather Instrument and Data Provider.

TempoQuest, TQI, is a “weather software as a service” company established to meet the need for faster, more accurate weather forecasts. Today, TQI is in the process of developing unique software, which will deliver next-generation weather forecasts to commercial users and government agencies around the world.

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The future of weather prediction and weather intelligence: understanding the present and preparing for the future impact associated with climate change. TempoQuest is paving the way for faster localized forecasts at a lower cost with better insight than ever before.

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AceCAST

AceCAST is the world’s leading software powered by GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) Technology to enable the acceleration of high-resolution regional weather models.

WSV3 v5.4

The ultimate Swiss army knife of live weather tracking/monitoring information, set to shockwave through all its target industries.

WRF ON-DEMAND

Delivering the fastest regional weather data using Graphical Processing Units.

The Power of TempoQuest

AceCAST is the world’s leading software powered by GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) Technology to enable the acceleration of high-resolution regional weather models.

BETTER INSIGHTS INTO THE 
INTENSITY 
EXACT TIMING 
EXACT LOCATION 
OF WEATHER IMPACTS

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3KM HRRR CURRENTLY USED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

NEW 1KM AceCAST

The Power of TempoQuest

MORE DETAILED AND PREDICTIVE STORM RELATIVE HELICITY

AceCAST provides greater insights into tornado formation and earlier warning. Storm Relative Helicity is a measure of the potential for cyclonic updraft rotation in right-moving supercells. Larger values of SRH (greater than 250 m2 s-2) suggest an increased threat of tornadoes with supercells.

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3KM HRRR CURRENTLY USED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

(Highest SRH: 200-275 m2/s2)

NEW 1KM AceCAST

(Highest SRH: 400-550 m2/s2)

During an outbreak on 8/9/21, tornadoes occurred within the same region the 1km AceCAST model run indicated likely tornado formation 6-10 hours earlier in the day.

The Power of TempoQuest

AceCAST forecasts localized fire winds to better predict forest fires spread faster than ever before. See below that AceCAST forecasts 14kt winds on the east side of the fire.

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3KM HRRR CURRENTLY USED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

NEW 1KM AceCAST

The Power of TempoQuest

AceCAST predicts Flash Flooding with more insight on topography and convection intensity than other forecast methods.

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3KM HRRR CURRENTLY USED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

NEW 1KM AceCAST

The Power of TempoQuest

AceCAST provides greater insight into severe thunderstorm events that present dangers to people.

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3KM HRRR CURRENTLY USED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

NEW 1KM AceCAST

WSV3 SPOTLIGHT: Paul DouglaS

Penn State meteorologist with over 45 years of television and radio experience. Douglas has launched 7 businesses, excelling as a serial entrepreneur and applying his area of expertise.

“As a meteorologist and businessman on my 7th weather-tech company I am always searching for innovative tools that help me better monitor, track, predict and communicate the weather. Today there is no shortage of amazing websites, apps and software options. During my television career I took full advantage of remarkable (and expensive) graphics systems from companies like WSI, Baron and Weather Central. But (bang for the buck) I have never come across a meteorological tool more powerful and useful than WSV3. 

The satellite, weather modeling and tornado-tracking functionality is incredible, I’m seeing features and functionality that transcend some 6 or 7 figure TV weather systems out there, for a fraction of the cost. Delving into WSV3 is like peeling an infinite onion; I am constantly discovering new features and capabilities, and the ability to save and share imagery and looping videos on social media in a real-time environment is unmatched. If you’re serious about the weather, you can’t afford not to take a close look at WSV3. In my experience and humble opinion, everything else…is yesterday’s weather.”