Berry Avionics, the exclusive Indian participant in a significant demonstration at the National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), successfully tested its innovative drone-based radio sounding system. This groundbreaking solution offers extended flight times, precise atmospheric measurements, and substantial cost savings.
Berry Avionics’ drone-based radio sounding system has the potential to revolutionize atmospheric data collection. The system can be used to collect data in areas that are difficult or dangerous to access by traditional means, and it can also be used to collect data on a more frequent basis.
Berry Avionics’ drone-based radio sounding system has the potential to transform weather forecasting and environmental monitoring. The system is more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly than traditional helium balloon-based methods.
Berry Avionics is committed to developing innovative drone-based solutions for atmospheric data observation. The company’s participation in the demonstration at NARL is a testament to its commitment to advancing meteorological research and improving weather forecasting capabilities around the world.