Gill Aviation Meteorology
In aviation meteorology, wind data is essential in order to determine the safety of landing and take-off conditions. In addition to this, airports are also required to make continuous wind measurements according to ICAO standards, with instantaneous 2 minute and 10 minute mean wind speed measurements.
The Gill Aviation Standard WindObserver has been designed specifically for aviation meteorology use, and is accepted for service by both the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) UK for the observation and reporting of surface wind. The Aviation Standard WindObserver also meets the requirements of Annex 3 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (ICAO) when supplied as part of a suitable automatic weather observing system (AWOS).
For more information about the Gill Aviation Standard WindObserver, please click Aviation Meteorology.
Gill Anemometer Range