OGDEN, Utah, Jan. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Tempus Global Data, an atmospheric and environmental data company, announces CEO Alan Hall will present Tempus' advanced weather tracking technology at the Oklahoma City Managers Winter Conference on Thursday, January 14 at 9:00 AM CST.
Set in the heart of "Tornado Alley," the Oklahoma City Managers Winter Conference will take place January 13-15, 2016 at the Embassy Suites Conference Center, in Norman, Oklahoma. Organized by the City Management Association of Oklahoma (CMAO), the three-day event is expected to draw more than 140 city managers, community first responders, and civic and business leaders, including Congressman Jim Bridenstine.
In his presentation, "Advances in Severe Weather Tracking Systems," Mr. Hall will cover next-generational technology advances that enable Tempus Global Data to provide better warning times, specifically useful for states like Oklahoma, with a history of tornado tragedies.
Jim Thomas, Chair of the CMAO, stated, "A major highlight of the conference will be Alan Hall, who will share with us the latest technology and that will give real time data every six minutes predicting severe weather. Currently data is captured every 12 hours. This is a giant step in giving public safety personnel critical data to avoid natural disasters. All first responders in Oklahoma are welcome to attend this briefing at no charge."
"I'm pleased to share with Oklahoma city leaders and first responders how Tempus technology enables us to see weather before it becomes weather," said Hall. "This allows us to give community leaders and the public critical information to avoid the loss of human lives and be better prepared to rebuild following natural disasters."
To learn more about the Oklahoma City Managers Winter Conference, please visit https://cmao-ok.org.
To cover the event, interested media are welcome to attend Mr. Hall's session, no passes needed.
About Tempus Global Data
Tempus Global Data is an atmospheric and environmental data company headquartered in Ogden, Utah, delivering real-time data information and actionable intelligence for consumers, businesses, military and governments around the globe to meet their operational and profitability objectives. Flying in geo-synchronous orbit, STORM sensors take persistent and recurring slices of the atmosphere, resulting in accurate and precise information about climate, water, weather and chemistry. For more information, visit http://www.tempusglobaldata.com.
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