Today, Sonalysts’ wXstation software is being used around the clock at airlines and aviation service companies around the world. Following the military tradition of strong user involvement during the design process, wXstation was developed by experienced computer scientists working directly with aviation meteorologists and airline dispatchers to satisfy requirements for fleet management and aviation safety.
The system processes large streams of real-time, worldwide weather, flight-following, and operational data into an object-relational database that meteorologists and dispatchers access through our data-fusion software clients. These multiple live, real-time, and static databases are then correlated to provide timely alerting and visualizations of aviation and flight operations and hazards.
wXstation server ingests an extensive set of meteorological and aircraft flight data from domestic and international data sources. wXstation uses an open source, object-relational database management system and is fully configurable for data storage, archive, and data extraction for use by client and third-party applications. wXstation can be run as a standalone system, in a small client-server network, or on large networks.