SIWAP is a highly-integrated command and control (C2) device capable of interfacing with many sensors, including the Kestrel Weather Meter and POC’s Micro Weather Sensor (MWS) to receive and distribute local weather data via Iridium satellite. The SIWAP consists of two variants: 1) a complete system with integrated Android device for operation of the SIWAP C2 app as well as other apps or 2) a compact comms system that wirelessly tethers to an existing Android-enabled system such as the Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) to run the SIWAP C2 app. The SIWAP C2 app allows the warfighter to view live data from connected or remote sensors, input manual observations, and push or pull data to central data systems such as the Air Force Weather Web Services (AFW-WEBS) or the Distributed Common Ground System- Army (DCGS-A). Leveraging state-of-the-art electronics, novel battery and power management, and secure communications and interoperability, the SIWAP enables Iridium capability for COTS weather sensors and makes more data readily available to Department of Defense forecasters for improved situational awareness.
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