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Flash gives JETNET the heads up on lightning
Flash can accurately predict lightning up to one hour in advance. With JETNET, its integration of global weather data and analytics will set the foundation for the next generation of weather prediction and forecasting.

JETNET has partnered with Georgia, US-based AI lightning prediction technology company Flash Scientific Technology, that has a patented deep learning product suite with the ability to predict lightning up to one hour in advance with 96.5 per cent accuracy. The Flash team is made up of research meteorologists with a combined 75 years in lightning research and AI application experience.

JETNET has always served its customers with unique data sets that provide the industry's deepest and most insightful intelligence. This continues once again with this exclusive partnership with Flash. JETNET remains committed to the research of business aircraft markets, fleets and individual aircraft information,” says ceo Greg Fell.

"JETNET continues to be the leader in aviation intelligence. With this partnership, Flash looks to do the same for aviation weather intelligence by utilising AI to produce products never before seen in this space,” adds founder Jason Deese.

“The integration of global weather data and analytics complements our comprehensive global aircraft owner and operator dataset and provides new market potential for customers not previously served by JETNET over the past 25 years or more," continues Fell. "JETNET's deep understanding of global economic drivers and industry trends complemented by this exclusive partnership with Flash will be the first of its kind in the aviation space and will set the foundation for the next generation of weather prediction and forecasting. JETNET will continue development of its market offerings as growth within the organisation continues."

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