Moving goods from one location to the next is a huge challenge and weather plays a significant role in all aspects of logistics and transportation. Weather events directly impact shipping, travel route planning, and predicting and modifying operations.
Logistical companies are using past weather data for all aspects of their operations, including strategic modeling of logistical planning scenarios.
Transportation engineers and planners are using to hyper-local past weather data when designing transportation systems (e.g. bridges are often designed to withstand storms that have a probability of occurring only once or twice every 100 years) and they need to ensure that they are choosing the best possible location for large infrastructure projects.
Transportation companies are using OnPoint Weather to Improve on-time deliveries and optimize travel routes by predicting potential disruptions in operations by using past weather data correlated with past performance, particularly in areas that are prone to more severe weather.
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