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You may be wondering how things are going here at IBL, and how COVID-19 influences our daily business and (perhaps most importantly for many of you) our obligations to provide you with support for our products.
The idea for the eGAFOR Project arose from the need to provide faster and better weather services to general aviation users. Currently general aviation users in Europe have very different and un-harmonized meteorological products available, primarily due to a large number of countries, different forecasting areas, un-harmonized forecasting methods and different meteorological products. On the […]
The company IBL Software Engineering is a global leader in meteorological IT services and software development. We have been building meteorological telecommunication systems for about 40 years and have supplied systems to many national meteorological offices, military weather services, and airports all around the world, literally on all continents including Antarctica. Our software is scalable so […]
OpenGIS Web Services Web Service module opens Visual Weather’s visualization and data processing capabilities to all Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) frameworks. Web Services build a bridge between Visual Weather and 3rd party systems in the following key areas: Interfacing with other Geographical Information Systems (GIS) based on OpenGIS standard Web Service protocols. Interfacing with defense systems […]