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Transport Operations

Application of smart weather and climate services to increase safety and efficiency of port operations

Abstract

This paper will cover how government agencies (including government owned or influenced port corporations and regulators) can utilise premium metocean science, forecasting and real-time data collection to maximise port revenues through more accurate and timely prediction of marginal weather windows.

Presentation given at InterMET Asia 27 March 2019

Transport operations session chaired by Dr. David Rogers, Consultant, World Bank

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Rob Harrison - GM Customers, Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited

Rob Harrison

Rob Harrison

GM Customers, Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited

Rob has held leadership roles at both the UK Met Office and more recently at the MetService NZ. A marine and climate scientist by background, he has extensive experience with developing and delivering weather and climate services in Asia.

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