Advanced Design Corporation


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The Texas Panhandle is located within what is referred to as “Tornado Ally” and the 2010 storm season is proving to be exceptionally active. When severe weather threatens our community, most residents look to the local government to provide timely, accurate warnings. Although there are many web-based radars available on the Internet, most of these free and subscription websites are delayed from real-time by as much as 10 minutes therefore making a fast moving storm in our area impossible to accurately track. Our ADC Doppler radar has provided near-instant data on all storms in our area and has proven to be invaluable to the detection of forming tornadoes and their location. After carefully examining several radar systems available on the market, we chose the ADC system because of the solid, reliable hardware and the state of the art display software. After years of service, the ADC Doprad radar continues to provide us with the critical information needed to accurately warn our community.
Posted By: Randy Wright
Danny Richards
EMC, Borger, TX
When something as technical as weather radar is so important to a television station, it means everything to know you and your staff not only truly understand the equipment, but also, more importantly, understand the application in our local broadcasting environment. Your radar system really puts us ahead of the competition.
Posted By: Larry Beaulieu
Vice President & General Manager
The Deepwater Discovery is currently in route to Singapore, where it will take on fuel before continuing on to West Africa. It;s departure was delayed due to bad weather in the area and I have no doubt that they monitored the typhoon's progress our Dynamic Positioned Drillships and one more will be commissioned in early 2001. The cost of building and operating these vessels is substantial, and while we can't control the weather, the Doprad 32 systems afford us valuable time needed to prepare for the worst and protect our personnel and investment. The Weather Radar has been relied upon since the first vessel sailed from Koje Island, Korea in 1998 and your firm is to be commended on delivering an excellent product. A special thanks to your engineers who travelled to Korea for the startup and provided Crew training on each system.
Posted By: Terry L. Loftis
Team Leader - Instrumentation & Communications Group
R&B Falcon Drilling
I want to thank you and your team for providing us with our new Doprad 32 weather radar system. It's proven to be an important addition to managing our flight operations here at NASA's Johnson Space Center, in Houston, Texas. I'd also like to say thank you for the excellent service Brian Mathis provided during the ops and maintenance training we got last week. Brian was very professional, and he tailored his training to the audience nicely. We appreciate the quality equipment and support you and your team have given us.
Posted By: Terry Pappas
Research Pilot
.. it has already proven to be a powerful severe weather tool. Several severe weather outbreaks have occurred during newscasts, requiring frequent on-air views of the radar and zooming to street-level maps. The operating software is easy to use 'on the fly', and the radar images are clear, crisp, and easy for the viewers to understand. The RHI mode has also been used effectively to show viewers the heights and internal structures of approaching thunderstorms, and the velocity mode was clearly able to pick out rotation in a wall cloud that passed 10 miles north of the radar site. Using the telestrator option to draw on the radar image during a recent bow-echo squall line passage was great, and many viewers commented to me that they liked the way it looked.
Posted By: Vince Condella
Chief Meteorologist
Please pass on to everyone involved my sincere thanks, not only for their recent work here, but for all of their involvemnet within The New York Times Broadcast Group. It is a comfort today to be able to pick up the telephone and find immediate results to questions and problems, which has been our experience with ADC for over 10 years now. We have kept coming back, because ADC continues to produce advancements which allow us to change our look and keep us in line with our desire to be new, different, and moving forward. Keep up the great work!
Posted By: Frank Chebalo
VP Operations & Engineering , The New York Times Broadcast Group

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