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Miles Research is preparing to offer Weather Moderation Services to four cropping regions across Eastern Australia.

The services will directly benefit agricultural and horticultural cropping by ENHANCING RAINFALL and SHIELDING CROPS for the duration of the 2018-19 growing season. Please enquire - link.

What is Weather Moderation? (video) - link.

How does Weather Moderation work? (video) - link.

Download the truncated White Paper - link. Request full version - link.

Our longer term objective is to resource a Services Centre, which will reduce Australia's vulnerability to severe weather events / fire / drought and enhance / shield crops, all year round.

The company has just completed a two year-long "prototype service" for a designated target within the Wimmera, in Victoria, with record crop-yield results for the region, both years. Miles Research is planning to launch a "radical business offer" to eastern Australia, which PROPOSES to remove the "risk of drought" for subscribing regions.

An Information Session is being prepared and will be made available to any interested community. Enquiries / comments are welcomed - link.

Enhancing Rainfall / Shielding Crops

During both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 winter cropping seasons a revolutionary whole-of-crop protection technology was applied for a fixed geospatial target in the State of Victoria with startling results.

Download a one-page summary of the 2016-17 result (graphed) - link.

The recent 2017-18 winter cropping season's results reveal the Miles Research Project target achieved a second record-breaking improved yield, a better result than the rest of Australia: - link to Mail-Times article, and - link to GrainCorp review of 2017-18 year.

Bureau of Meteorology data reveals heavy rainfall was successfully blocked at the state's western border toward the end of the 2016-17 season, allowing important crop maturation for harvest. Ref. 1-Month 3D Model - link. Ref. 3-Months one-page (download) - link.

The technology brings together leading forecasting, live soil-moisture and crop-cycle data with farmer requirements and an innovative system that can open a 'gateway' into future events. Utilising (forward-event) data immersion with the 'gateway tool-set' operators can execute a scalable weather moderation, in order to defeat crop threats ahead of time.

The program culminates in the re-shaping of spatial and temporal structures of important rainfall events, combined with atmospheric 'shielding' of crops when required by clients. Such a technology's 'value-add' to the Victorian economy equates to $-billions (Ref. Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences - Report No. 181 February 2017).

Example: moderation of May 2016 event by re-shaping the rainfall footprint and total volume - link. Shielding examples, Sep 2016 - link.

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Graphed 2016 Client Rainfall data - link.

The successful intervention has assisted bountiful returns by way of "bumper harvests" for farmers - link.

Unsolicited media statements regarding bumper crop outcomes from the WeeklyTimes (compiled) here - link.

Pre-Visualisation

Introducing unique intelligence pre-visualisation for horticulture, agriculture, emergency management and private / government asset protection. - link.

TITAN_Weather

Powerful forces drive earth's weather. It is an equally powerful 'mechanism of engagement' that is required to tame it. This brief contextual overview provides a backdrop to TITAN_Weather, a technology developed to assist mankind in the ongoing struggle with this natural adversary - link.

Demonstrated Capability

Remarkable full-spectrum capabilities demonstrated locally and internationally, with independently verifiable results - link. Examples include:

  • Drought - Famine mitigation - Horn of Africa

  • Fire threat mitigation - Australia

  • Infrastructure and high value asset protection against severe weather - Philippines, Middle East, USA

  • Crop enhancement through early rain delivery - Australia

  • Seasonal harvest protection from severe weather - Australia, USA

  • Severe storm intervention / mitigation - Philippines

Mitigating weather-threat before events occur, or providing emergency intervention to avoid both direct damage and resultant compounding losses. Details please see - link.

Technology Offering

The first step into a future event, is a powerful data visualisation, where "a future event" is visualised in 2D, 3D or 4D (3D + time) - link.

Transportation

Researching an aerospace high-speed 'spatial-corridor programming' technology will reduce drag for high-speed vehicles or aircraft in transit.

By reducing air resistance, fuel / energy consumption is reduced - link.