Satellite Data Layer

Meteosat 8 image, channel IR 10.8, contrast enhanced
Meteosat 8 image, channel IR 10.8, contrast enhanced

The Satellite Data Layer visualizes all available channels of geostationary satellites, such as GOES, GMS and Meteosat, and polar-orbiting satellits, such as the NOAA and MetOp satellites. NinJo produces a "world mosaic" satellite image from the geostationary satellites.

Furthermore, you can create satellite composites using three different channels, , for example for a better visualization of high or low clouds. In order to allow easy access to such composites, you can adapt the myGUI panel of the Satellite Data Layer. The myGUI panel summarizes the most important configuration settings for each layer so that you can quickly change these settings without having to change the active layer.

You can also display the products of the Satellite Nowcasting Facility (Nowcasting SAF). 

The Satellite Data Layer offers a flexible color configuration for all values as well as two different modes of contrast enhancement. The substraction of channels is also possible.

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Meteosat 8 image, channels IR 1.6/HRV/HRV, contrast enhanced
Meteosat 8 image, channels IR 1.6/HRV/HRV, contrast enhanced

 

 

Color table modification
Color table modification

News

  1. NinJo 1.9 has been released in November 2015.
  2. In September 2014, the NinJo User Group (NUG) held its annual meeting, this year under the topic "Analysis, diagnosis and production with NinJo", in Toronto, Canada.
  3. In June 2014, the European Working Group on Operational Workstations (EGOWS) held its meeting in Oslo, Norway. The NinJo contribution had the topic "Event-based forecasting and collaboration".
  4. NinJo 1.8 has been released in May 2014.