Who Are We
Luke Sutherland-Stacey is an expert in in-situ and remote sensing techniques and works actively in the interdisciplinary space bridging the gap between research and applications.
John Nicol has over 20 years experience developing weather radar technologies and measurement techniques in academia and with national weather services to deliver practical benefits in operational capabilities.
Geoff Austin has been working with Weather Radar rainfall measuring and flood forecasting systems around the World for more than 40 years in academic and commercial settings.
Beatriz Reboredo recently finished a PhD in atmospheric dynamics at the University of Auckland and joined Weather Radar where she is being trained in weather radar monitoring services to provide consulting advice to a range of stakeholders including regional councils and the private sector.