Je relaye ici un excellent article publié sur le blog de nos amis de Geogarage, which are a permanent duty of a press review of the best foreign articles about mapping, meteorology, et plus généralement tous les sujets … Continue reading →
24 october 2018
Francis comments Off Read on : « Beaufort, Admiral Wind "by Raymond Reding
You are more likely to have adopted the Iridium GO! for its easy way to request GRIB files, directly from Weather4D and some other applications. But some also want to transfer these files to PC for … Continue reading →
Hear, hear ye, hardy boaters, new Weather4D applications come up !
I have written “the” in the plural. Both historical applications of Sarl APP4NAV, Weather4D (March 2011) et Weather4D Pro (November 2011 ), change to the user interface of the now famous application … Continue reading →
New version 3.2 the tutorial weather – Introduction to Marine Weather .
Fully revised, the illustrations updated, a video replaced, explanations improved and enriched. This tutorial aims to provide a reminder of the fundamental bases for the browser address … Continue reading →
The first navigation tutorial Mac appeared on the iBook Store, French : "Take the weather satellite phone – MacBook – iPad – iPhone ». General revision of the book, updating illustrations and videos, update … Continue reading →
In full political news on global climate change, the terrible Hurricane Harvey questioned some scientists about the link between warming due to human activities and intense weather events increasing in recent years.
Michael E. Mann, professor … Continue reading →
The recent update of the Iridium Mail app & Web gives me the opportunity to refresh the ticket originally written in December 2011.
WiFi Optimizer gateway RedPort the company allows to query and receive files … Continue reading →
10 April 2017
Francis comments Off sur Navimail, the announced end
Analytical maps and weather forecasting developed by the NOAA (USA) and the Met Office (UK) cover vast areas of the globe. They can be obtained by mail by sending a request by mail to the weather server … Continue reading →