06.21.2006 08:00 AM
Baron Services introduces upgrades to VIPIR weather system

Baron Services has unveiled several upgrades for its VIPIR weather system designed to make it a complete weather solution equally adept at handling severe and daily weather coverage, radar display and hurricane tracking within one computer.

The upgrades include an easy-to-use interface, sleek visuals and sophisticated weather analysis.

Baron Services also has added high definition capability to VIPIR. The HD version brings a crisp picture quality with clear graphics and 16:9 display. FasTrac and StormWarn are also available in HD, providing a complete end-to-end high definition weather solution.

The new chroma key/weather wall integration feature brings weather right to the fingertips. By using a mounted camera to interpret hand gestures, just about anything once done with a mouse can now be performed at the wall. The system’s voice recognition tool allows meteorologists to work directly from the weather wall by voicing their commands.

For more information, visit www.baronservices.com.

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