Transportation

UCAR Magazine
April 23, 2012
Many facets of everyday life, from boarding a plane to turning on the lights or driving down the highway, are becoming safer and more cost-effective with the help of technologies rooted in atmospheric science.
Artist's rendering: prototype Vehicle Data Translator system
November 18, 2011
Improved forecasting, driving safety are among the goals of new research.
November 15, 2011
What if the vehicles ahead of you could send weather data to a smart system, warning you of ice or fog just ahead?
June 30, 2011
The inadvertent cloud-seeding effect occurs up to about 6 percent of the time at major airports.

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