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What does ASOS stand for?

ASOS stands for Automated Surface Observing System

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The BCI application software performs data acquisition from weather sensors on a one-minute cycle and sensor data is acquired from Automated Weather Observation Systems (AWOS), Non-federal AWOS, National Weather Service (NWS) Automated Surface Observing Systems (ASOS), Department of Defense (DoD) Automated Observing Systems (AOS), and Automated Weather Sensor System (AWSS).
The real-time weather data gathered by NOAA's GOES satellites, combined with data from the agency's Doppler radars on the ground and automated surface observing systems, greatly aids weather forecasters in providing better warnings of thunderstorms, winter storms, flash floods, hurricanes, and other severe weather.
In addition to "plug-in" expandability, allowing the addition of the new sensors as they become available, it is the only system to utilize the advanced software of SMI's Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), the official weather reporting system of the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Weather Service.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Dallas-Fort Worth Airport became the most recent airport to install and use the Automated Surface Observing System Controller Equipment (ACE), a networked data display system allowing over 100 users instant access to weather data from many sources and up to 10,000 site-specific data screens.
In addition to "plug-in" expendability as new sensors are needed or developed, it is the only system to utilize the advanced software of SMI's Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), the official weather reporting system of the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Weather Service.
In addition to "plug-in" expandability as new sensors are needed or developed, it is the only system to utilize the advanced software of SMI's Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), the official weather reporting system of the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Weather Service.