It is no longer good enough for a next-generation weather radar to automatically measure rainfall intensity, turbulence potential and wind shear on landing; it must also provide actionable intelligence on a growing list of threats to help pilots make wise safety and economic decisions during a flight. From warnings about engine-choking to high-altitude ice crystals to differentiations between severe and “ride-quality” turbulence, the lengths to which the radar envelope can be ...
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