AWIPS 17.1.1

AWIPS 17.1.1

Unidata AWIPS 17.1.1 is now available for Red Hat/CentOS 6/7 and macOS. Please see the AWIPS User Manual for installation instructions: http://unidata.github.io/awips2/

This is a major release which includes support for GOES-16(R) ABI and GLM and a retooling of WarnGen for non-operational use.

[Read More]

Unidata AWIPS 16.2.2-3 - EDEX for CentOS 7

AWIPS build 16.2.2-3 is now available via yum. Build 16.2.2-2 and 16.2.2-3 updates include:

  • EDEX is now available for 64-bit CentOS/RHEL 7.
  • Radar mosaic CAVE bundle fix.
  • httpd access_log now reports client hostname.
  • Re-enable LDM scour to backup EDEX scour in the event that EDEX stops but LDM continues to write files to /awips2/data_store.
  • Added command "edex start base" to start all services excluding the LDM (same as at boot).
  • Removed gempak from awips2-server group due to yum not resolving deps on some systems.

AWIPS Install Instructions and User Manual
http://unidata.github.io/awips2/

Unidata AWIPS 16.2.2

Unidata AWIPS 16.2.2 is a new set RPMs which are designed to fully update existing 16.1.5 CAVE and EDEX installations. To update CAVE or EDEX, simply run the installCAVE.sh or installEDEX.sh scripts.

[Read More]

Unidata AWIPS 16.1.5

Updates to 16.1.5 include the ability to localize to any WFO, full support for UNIWISC McIDAS imagery, ESRL/GSD experimental HRRR decoding, colorized precipitation surface observations, image interpolation and colormap updates, as well as general fixes to D2D, NCP, and GFE perspectives.

[Read More]

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Deploys AWIPS II

Description
NWS meteorologists demonstrating AWIPS II

Thanks to a 2015 Unidata Community Equipment Award grant, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Atmospheric Science Program has been able to acquire a dedicated AWIPS II Environmental Data EXchange (EDEX) server and three Common AWIPS Visualization Environment (CAVE) workstations. The machines were deployed in our Atmospheric Science computer lab in mid-August 2015, just prior to the start of the 2015-16 academic year. Over the past year, our program has seen maximum benefit from these resources in two areas: strengthening our partnership with the Milwaukee/Sullivan, Wisconsin National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office (MKX) and as a tool to enhance student development outside of a formal classroom setting.

[Read More]
News@Unidata
News and information from the Unidata Program Center
News@Unidata
News and information from the Unidata Program Center

Welcome

FAQs

Developers’ blog

Recent Entries:
Take a poll!

What if we had an ongoing user poll in here?

Browse By Topic
  • feed Community (209)
Browse by Topic
« September 2017
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
     
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
       
Today