|SpaceWX Alert Monitor. As part of the NOAA Weather Ready Nation (WRN) initiative, Space Environment Technologies makes its SpaceWx Alert Monitor (SAM) site available for determining the effectiveness of forecast geomagnetic storms.|
| Automated Radiation Measurements for Aerospace Safety (ARMAS) reports aviation radiation. The ARMAS flight modules 1 (FM1) and
FM2 have reported the aviation radiation environment from over 100 flights. The FM5 business jet unit becomes available in 2016.
|Space Environment Technologies awarded by William Shatner's Moving America Forward
SET President W. Kent Tobiska was presented the Entrepreneur Award by Rear Adm. Kevin F. Delaney (Ret.) on June 27, 2012 during a television broadcast of William Shatner's Moving America Forward.
|New Index for Real-Time and Forecast Geomagnetic Disturbances
SET is developing a new real-time and forecast Dst geomagnetic index using the USGS magnetometer network under a newly awarded AFRL contract.
|New System Will Specify Radiation Hazard to Air Crews
SET is building a new system to specify damaging radiation exposure to pilots, crew, and passengers on commercial flights. (NASA Press Release)
|50% Improvement in 1-sigma LEO Orbit Determination Uncertainty
JB2008 provides improved accuracy for LEO orbit determination precision, debris and collision avoidance maneuvers, and reentry planning during active solar conditions. Real-time and forecast data are avaiable, contact us at email@example.com for additional information.
|The new Solar Irradiance Platform
SIP v2.37 provides current epoch and forecast JB2008 solar and geomagnetic indices.
|Real-time Charging and Discharging for GEO Communication Satellites
The new Geosynchronous Alert and Prediction System (GAPS) monitors space weather charging and deep dielectric discharge probability hazards at GEO orbit from the past 48-hours to future 72-hours.
|Current Communication Outages
The Communication Alert and Prediction System (CAPS) and Earth Space 4D (ES4D) provides HF, UHF & L-band applications for aviation, first responders, amateur radio, and satellite users. (NASA press release)