Re-engineering the Production Process. EGOWS 15 th June 2004 Peter Trevelyan & Graham Mallin. Why Re-engineer?. Greater flexibility & scalability in meeting new and changing customer requirements. Provide the platform for new products & services for the future.
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15th June 2004
Peter Trevelyan & Graham Mallin
and is ready for what Re-engineering will deliver.
Apr04 Apr05 Apr06 Dec06
Complete development process roll-out
Web portal established
LDS fully operational
GPCS migration complete
To enable and facilitate Re-engineering to deliver
The transform of the Meteorologist’s View of the world into one that forms a key component required by the “Product Tailoring Process” and also a key element of the “Common Operating Picture”required by all Key Decision makers.
Up to about 3 days ahead we can usually forecast the general pattern of the weather quite accurately
Beyond 3 days Chaos becomes a major factorMedium-Range Forecasting - The Effect of Chaos
Initial Condition Uncertainty
These provide a range of ‘equally probable’ forecast solutions
Allow forecasters to:
Assess possible outcomes
Estimate risks and probabilities
Hurricane Isabel, September 2003