Maximise your radar investments with our complete solutions

In operating one of the world's longest established, operational weather radar networks we have extensive experience in designing, optimising and installing radar. Our ability to minimise the costs of operating a radar network is proven and the list of customers benefiting from our expertise is growing.

We offer complete solutions to help your radar operations and maintenance:

  • Site selection
  • Radar consultancy
  • Design and installation
  • Technical assistance, including training and support programmes
  • Processing
  • Compositing

Modernising existing systems

We have the intellectual property rights and patents on our innovative procedures and Met Office specialists can design complete new weather radar systems or integrate your existing equipment. We can upgrade and modernise existing radar - extending the life of systems and avoiding the costs involved in new radar installations. The cost of modernising systems varies so we prefer to carry out an initial engineer's assessment before we supply a definite cost.

We have extensive experience of such refurbishments, both on our own network and for other weather services across the globe. Read our case studies on our work in Cuba, the Caribbean and the UK.

  Cuban weather team case study Cuban weather team case study (PDF, 837 kB)  

  Caribbean weather radar case study Caribbean weather radar case study (PDF, 565 kB)  

  UK weather radar network case study UK weather radar network case study (PDF, 370 kB)

Benefits of using our radar services

  • Minimise costs, maximise output
  • Streamline your radar production processes
  • Access to technical support 24/7
  • Radar experts for training
  • Increased quality and stability of radar observations
  • Integrate radar systems
  • Ensure continuity of radar production

Radar datasheet Radar datasheet (PDF, 2 MB)

Download our data sheet to find out more or for any enquiries send us an email consulting@metoffice.gov.uk 

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Last updated: 18 December 2012