Met Office appoint IBL to develop the future Visualisation and Graphical production system

  • October 10th, 2022
  • Uncategorized
  • Edita Filadelfiová

IBL Software Engineering, a leading meteorological software company, are pleased to announce that the Met Office (UK) have appointed them to develop and deliver a new software tool over the next 8 years. The Visualisation and Graphical production component will establish a new era of cooperation between the Met Office and IBL by creating innovative […]


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