EEC has been ISO 9001 certified without a break in coverage since 1987. EEC prides itself on our long history of application of the ISO 9001 for manufacturing weather radar and satellite ground station systems. The ISO 9001 standards are based on a number of quality mangement principles, including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top mangement, the process approach, and continual improvement. By utilizing ISO 9001 standards, EEC ensures our customers receive consistent, high-quality products and services every time. [Registration Number: 950 99 0537]

Protecting People and Assets
July 18th, 2024

Global Mosaic

Large scale weather systems have no boundaries.

Automatically integrate multiple geostationary satellite images to create a global composite.

EEC's Global Mosaic imagery displays the global nature of storms and cloud systems with a complete and up-to-date visual of weather patterns, automatically composited from multiple image sources.

Combining many images into one world-wide image

Geostationary satellite data is available from a number of sources on the internet and via direct broadcast groundstations. But, the data is in different formats and different resolutions, and access requirements vary widely from one supplier to another. Our Global Mosaic software automatically ingests data from these various locations and re-formats them to a common format.

The images are seamlessly joined to produce an integrated, composite image. Different resolutions and color shadings are adjusted to create a single, consistent image.

The image is updated automatically, producing an animated, constantly changing view of the weather systems on the entire earth.

Multiple input and output data formats are processed. Data can be automatically sent to many destinations:

  • TV stations
  • Multimedia displays
  • Public weather forecasts
  • Large scale public displays
  • Weather forecasting backdrops
  • Websites
  • Multiple output formats - JPEG, KLM, GeoTIFF

Read more about EEC weather radar innovations »


  • Earth-wide meteorological research
  • Airport hubs - show international routes across satellite boundaries
  • Typhoon and storm tracking - follow severe weather over long distances
  • Integration of national weather forecasts
  • Large scale climate modeling