Posted on November 3, 2020 in ATSC News
The AWARN Alliance, the leading advocate for advanced emergency alerting and information powered by ATSC 3.0, sees Next Gen TV as a game-changer for the broadcast and weather industries.
On November 12 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time, the AWARN Alliance will host a unique “Weathernar” webinar that will focus on how ATSC 3.0 is a powerful new tool for improving public safety, as well as the entire landscape of emergency alerting and information, especially weather-related warnings.
A terrific panel of thought leaders and innovators will share their insights on the profound impact that Next Gen TV can have for the whole weather enterprise. Following a “level set” on ATSC 3.0/Next Gen TV from ATSC President Madeleine Noland, panelists will explore how the new system can help address the challenges of delivering vital, often life-saving weather information.
Key focal points will include the National Severe Storms Laboratory’s next-generation severe weather forecast and warning framework, known as FACETs,The Weather Company’s (an IBM Business) smart automation powered by augmented intelligence, , and efforts of weather enterprise entrepreneurs who are already innovating with ATSC 3.0. View full details and register for this free event here.
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