> > I would like to have access to your nids data for an open source project > > I am working on in my spare time. I would like to overlay radar, obs > > data and NWS watches/warnings on Google Maps. Each data type would be > > its own layer that can be toggled. The code that I'm writing would be > > freely available to anyone. > > > > I used to work as a developer for a weather provider writing this kind > > of software a couple years ago. Now, I'm an IT director for a K-12 > > school. This project would be unrelated to the school. > > > > Thank you for your consideration, > > > > Jeff Enns > > > > > > > Hi Jeff, > > Sounds like an interesting project, we have experimented with KML files and > Google earth as well, and would enjoy > looking at your approach. > > Where are you located? > > Unidata does not provide feeds to individuals, we work with educational and > research institutions. > > If you are located near a site of ours, we can point you in that direction, > and perhaps that site would be willing to give you a data feed. > > Are you aware that we deliver data via the LDM: > > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/ldm/ > > The LDM requires a Unix/Linux type OS and you will need sufficient bandwidth > to ingest the data as well. > > Cheers, > > Jeff Weber > Unidata User Support > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Jeff Weber Unidata User Support http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ATM-907049 Department: Support IDD Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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