Weather monitoring system for remote travel


Significantly reduce the risks of traveling to remote locations

Traveling through potentially adverse weather conditions is always anxiety-provoking for drivers, pilots, passengers, and owners. Aerimis can reduce the risks by providing advance notice to travelers.

Traveling by air to remote locations

By setting up Aerimis at your remote airport/airstrip destination and along your route, it gives decision-makers and pilots fly/no fly information they need to make informed and safe decisions when flying into remote locations with no cellular coverage.

Traveling by road and rail to remote locations


Know before you set off to a remote destination, where weather, road, and rail track conditions are otherwise unknown, whether it’s safe to travel. Aerimis can be relied on to share invaluable images in advance of your departure, showing critical areas, such as bridge conditions, water levels, and snow and ice conditions.



Save dollars and keep travelers safe

Aerimis images can be accessed via the client portal, emailed directly to you and your team, or see the latest images by visiting a unique url. Image capture frequency can be pre-programmed or triggered on demand. This critical information about your travel route and destination could result in eliminating unnecessary trips and keeping travelers safe.

Yesterday’s pictures don’t mean anything to us

“TEMSCO Helicopters, one of the largest helicopter tour and commercial aviation companies in Alaska, uses multiple satellite cameras placed at strategic remote locations. “Our satellite camera systems are important decision-making tools our base managers and lead pilots use in deciding if we’re going to launch an aircraft or not,” said Joel Kain, TEMSCO’s Director of Safety.

Nupoint’s remote monitoring systems’ ability to provide up-to-date photos of remote destinations improves TEMSCO “operational control.” Kain explained, “Yesterday’s pictures don’t mean anything to us.” When flying in what can be extremely hazardous weather conditions in Alaska, the team at TEMSCO likes to have current data. Having the latest visual information on weather conditions allows base managers and lead pilots to cancel flights before they take off if Remote Viewer’s photos indicate adverse weather conditions. This saves time, fuel, and mechanical costs; but more importantly, it reduces the risk of putting their crews and tour guests in extreme or deteriorating weather conditions.

The flexibility of satellite monitoring system and its customizable solutions have allowed TEMSCO to set up a website that pilots and base managers can access to see conditions in a particular area—any time. This timely information means TEMSCO can “see around the corner” and divert contract, charter, or tour group flights to the best viewing areas. When it counts most, TEMSCO counts on Nupoint’s Remote Viewer system.”
Joel Kain
Director of Safety, TEMSCO