sustainable rainfall

emerging technology for crop optimisation

Created in Australia, tested in the harshest of Middle Eastern conditions, and proven reliable in delivering timely results, against some of meteorology's toughest Drought (and Storm) forecasting…

Work Hardened in Australia, the Middle East and the United States of America

Announcing the emergence of an innovative Weather Moderation technology, which has been dutifully calibrated for over a decade.

In the context of apparent larger scale climate variability, the developers claim that this unique technology can alter weather behaviours, ahead of time and without inflicting environmental damage.

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Weather Moderation Services provide RAINFALL ENHANCEMENT and CROP SHIELDING that enables client-regions to enjoy increased seasonal yields. Please see Enhancing Rainfall / Shielding Crops (below). Introducing Weather Moderation in the context of 'Climate Change' (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 w