The Live E! Consortium promotes the use of network based technologies to move beyond climatic forecast for environmental prediction and protection. As educational institutes, public services and businesses leverage the available information, new businesses will be established and additional advancements made in support of creating a better awareness of how weather patterns can be read to forecast environmental threats.
Live E! Consortium’s sensor network relies on Solace appliances to collect information about temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure from sensors around the world, and distribute it directly to the researchers and government officials that monitor environmental change and emergencies.
Their old system required information to be consolidated and redistributed before becoming relevant to users, but now the network itself understands the data and all end user requirements. Critical environmental data gets where it needs to be faster and more efficiently. For example, information about temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure is captured across the country by Digital Thermometer Screens and then is distributed in real-time, directly by the network to the researchers and government officials that study environmental change and emergencies.