Author: Dr. Ronald Mueller

Ron is CEO and Founder of Macrosoft, Inc.. Ron heads up all company strategic activities, and directs day-to-day work of the Leadership Team at Macrosoft. Ron is also Macrosoft’s Chief Scientist, defining and structuring Macrosoft’s path forward on new technologies and products, such as Cloud; Big Data; and AI. Ron has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from New York University, and worked in physics for over a decade at Yale University, The Fusion Energy Institute in Princeton, NJ, and at Argonne National Laboratory. Ron also worked at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, NJ., where he managed a group on Big Data, including very early work on neural networks. Ron has a career-long passion in ultra-large-scale data processing and analysis including: predictive analytics; data mining, machine learning and neural networks.

JPSS-1: The Next-Generation Weather Satellite that Provides Advanced Weather Forecasts

Joint Polar Satellite System 1 (JPSS-1), is the first among the four NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) series of ...
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Assessing Forecast Accuracy during Stormy Weather Conditions

Accurate and timely forecasts are essential to effectively respond to extreme weather such as storm surges, tropical cyclones, heavy rains, ...
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Evaluating 2017 Hurricane Season Using Aerosols Simulation

Recently, NASA released its 2017 Hurricanes and Aerosols Simulation video footage. This simulation shows how cyclones like Harvey, Irma, Jose, ...
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Verification of Weather Forecasts using Scoring Algorithms

The usefulness of weather forecasting relies on Mine-Weather’s ability of scoring relevant weather attributes. Mine-Weather is shipped with a pre-loaded ...
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New Technological Advancements for Improved Weather Analytic Services

United States is experiencing an increasing number of weather events that have caused billions of dollar worth of damage. A ...
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Mine-Weather 2.0: Our New Cloud-Based Platform for Forecast Verification and Scoring

Macrosoft is proud to announce that we have started building Mine-Weather 2.0, which is entirely cloud-based. This new version of ...
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Building and Visualizing Reports in Mine-Weather

Now that the weather data is ready to be used by the Mine-Weather reporting tool, decision makers can focus on ...
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Resolving Complexities in Linking Forecast Data to Observational Data

Linking forecast data with observational data may sound simple, but comes with a myriad of data issues. Mine-Weather addresses the ...
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Applications of Mine-Weather System in Various Industries

Industries are always on a lookout as weather impacts everything. Many of the companies and governmental entities, including electric and ...
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Introducing Mine Weather – Mine your own Forecasts

Why Mine Weather? Companies across several industries heavily depend on weather forecast services to provide information for their internal planning ...
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