ANDOVER, Mass. (January 15, 2014) WSI Corporation, the global leader for disruptive weather, announced today the debut of WSI Business Aviation Solution, a proven platform to improve safety and efficiency of professional flight operations. The tools combine weather information, airspace constraints, flight information and operational data into a clear picture - enhancing operational decision making.
WSI Offers proven platforms to improve flight efficiency and performance through all phases of flight including:
- WSI Pilotbrief, enabling pilots to optimize flight plans with superior global weather
- WSI Fusion, empowering schedulers and dispatchers to track flights globally, being alerted to changing conditions that warrant action
- WSI Hubcast , enabling ground operations to track flights, while keeping personnel and assets safe during disruptive weather
Each platform includes WSI’s unrivaled high-definition and quality aviation weather information, relied on by over 130 commercial airlines to safely and efficiently operate over 55,000 flights per day. WSI provides enroute hazard alerts and forecasts for turbulence, convection, icing and volcanic ash. When used together, they form a solution that delivers a consistent operational view to facilitate collaborative decisions among flight stakeholders, ensuring that you get your crew and VIPs to the destination safely, conveniently and on-time.
“Business Aviation is a challenging operating environment where flight efficiency and mission success are necessary components to remain successful,” say Mark D. Miller, EVP and GM of Aviation for WSI. “The WSI Business Aviation Solution helps operators ensure a smooth flight, every time with our proven solution.”
About WSI Corporation
WSI (Weather Services International) is the world's leading provider of weather-driven business solutions for professionals in the aviation, energy and media markets, as well as multiple federal and state government agencies. WSI is the Professional Division of The Weather Company and is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts with offices in Birmingham, England. The Weather Company is owned by a consortium made up of NBC Universal and the private equity firms The Blackstone Group and Bain Capital.