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Public safety A violently rotating storm—nature’s most violent weather phenomenon—produced in a very severe thunderstorm, appearing as a funnel cloud extending from the base of a cumulonimbus to the ground
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Founded in 2010, Tornado Spectral Systems is developing real-time optical process analyzers and imaging solutions using a portfolio of patents that includes Tornado's foundational and revolutionary High Throughput Virtual Slit (HTVS).
But fitting tornadoes into narrow categories gives scientists only a rough gauge of a tornado's strength.
Gathering information about the speed and direction of a tornado's winds tells scientists about the behavior of a tornado as it spins.
The main source of a tornado's violent energy derives from the latent heat contained in the warm, moist air of powerful thunderstorms.
Pescio is a Director of Tornado Gold, and this transaction was approved by Tornado's Board of Directors.
Then, in 12 minutes, armed with a system called Doppler radar, they collected the most extensive data ever recorded on the epicenter of a tornado's funnel, or whirling wind cloud.
Tornado's IRMS solution is best known for linking and integrating internal data sources within the growing Asia Pacific manufacturing sector.
The researchers observed the storm for 8 minutes before the tornado's birth and then documented the first 6 minutes of its life.
Compatible with a very wide range of handsets, the combined product will incorporate Mobile Tornado's Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) solution with the Jabber Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber XCP) for commercial instant messaging (IM) applications.
TARDIS will replace obsolete radar projected map display and digital scan converter systems currently used in the Tornado's rear cockpit.
This partnership with Comverse reaffirms Mobile Tornado's position as a recognized market leader for Push-to-Talk, increasing our visibility with operators in Europe, North America and Asia," said Mobile Tornado CEO and President Jorge Pinievsky.
Drivers who are looking for an efficiency boost are spreading the word, and media outlets have been catching on to the TORNADO's fuel savings.