Campbell Scientific road weather information systems (RWIS) play a vital role in monitoring road weather conditions. With their ruggedness and low power use, they can function for long periods in harsh conditions. Our systems are very versatile, allowing customization to meet changing needs. They can measure, record, and communicate (NTCIP compliant) numerous types of road weather information for road alerts and maintenance scheduling.Learn more
The Same Hardware Installed on Mount Everest
The Campbell Intercept™ CCT AWOS solution is based upon the same weather station hardware that is used to withstand the harshest of conditions on Mount Everest. The weather stations installed on Mount Everest are the highest in the world. Visit the Everest Project web pages to learn more.
Campbell Scientific is proud to introduce our newest generation Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) software, Campbell Intercept™. Campbell Intercept™ combines modern features and functionality with the flexibility and reliability desired by today’s airports. It has been designed to provide International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) compliance within a flexible framework that is sensor agnostic, highly configurable, and can be modified to meet local in-country requirements.
Campbell Intercept™ provides web-based clients for many user profiles, including air traffic controllers, meteorological observers, maintenance personnel, and system administrators.
Campbell Intercept™ software can run on Windows or Linux-based operating systems. It has been designed to meet modern aviation stakeholder requirements related to security and software assurance.
We offer a variety of products that can be used to create systems for Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS). Many of the major components used to create these systems are listed below. Please let us know if we can help you configure a system.
Campbell Scientific also brings to the RWIS industry the new concept of Customer in Control Technologies™ (CCT), permitting customers to specify “best of breed” hardware and PC software, including products from other CCT vendors. As a result, customers can benefit from customized, economical alternatives to older-generation, “one size fits all” PC-hardware-based product offerings.
Typical systems include tower, RPU, two road sensors, and remote communication hardware, as well as sensors for the measurement of wind speed and direction, air temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, solar radiation, and precipitation.
LoggerNet is a full-featured software package based on a server application and several client applications. LoggerNet's open architecture allows a customer to directly modify RPU application programs or to develop new custom instruction sets entirely under customer control. LoggerNet collects and archives NTCIP data and camera images on demand or by schedule (including diagnostic information about the ESS hardware and software) at the ESS or remotely via a number of telemetry options. Telemetry options include land line, cell, LOS RF, and satellite. All collected data may be exported to second-party analysis packages. Retrieved data is owned by the customer and may be redistributed to other users with no obligation to CSI.
RTMCPro is used to create custom displays of real-time data and camera images. It provides digital, tabular, and graphical data display objects, as well as alarms. A customer can combine data from multiple ESS/RPUs on one display. Complex displays can be organized on multiple tabbed windows.
Road Aware™ is a base project file for use within RTMCPro, optimized for RWIS applications. It may be replicated or expanded under customer control to add a larger number of ESS stations to a network or to increase functionality and customization of data displays and display layout.
RTMC Web Server converts real-time data displays into HTML files, allowing the displays to be shared via an Internet browser.