MeteoExplorer Touch: process data on your tablet

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MeteoExplorer Touch: process data on your tablet

Postby leonard » Wed Mar 20, 2013 8:09 pm

Dear all,

We've recently developed a free software named MeteoExplorer Touch and would like to introduce it to you. I hope it will be helpful to your research and work.

MeteoExplorer Touch, based on the technology of desktop MeteoExplorer software,is a professional software for analyzing and visualizing scientific data. It is also the world first touch-oriented meteorological software optimized for Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows RT operating system. MeteoExplorer touch emphasizes performance by following native C++ development and tapping DirectX hardware acceleration rendering technology. It is also designed to be a productivity tool that makes no compromise in implementing its features. Indeed, it provides more than 70% features offered by MeteoExplorer. Moreover, by taking advantage of the touch-oriented functionalities in Windows 8/RT, MeteoExplorer Touch brings an all-new experience for atmospheric science researchers and professionals to process meteorological data on their mobile devices as well as PCs.

Here is the feature list:
+ Graphical layers management (navigation and animation);
+ Objective analysis of physical elements in surface observation data and upper-air soundings data;
+ Isoline analysis and shading of gridded data;
+ Streamline analysis of wind field;
+ Computation of physics elements;
+ NetCDF data process and display;
+ GRIB1/GRIB2 data process and display;
+ GrADS data process and display;
+ MICAPS data process and display;
+ Satellite nephogram data display and animation, supporting AWX, GPF format;
+ Map zoom, pan, preconfigured projection settings for most of the countries and regions in the world;
+ Zoom to area;
+ Save screen shot as image file (supported formats: BMP, JPG, and PNG);
+ Support English and Simplified Chinese language in user interface.

Should you be interested, please feel free to visit MeteoExplorer Touch website at or at Windows app store at ... c1103c6477 for more information.
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