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Rydall was tasked by the South African Weather Service to lead the deployment of Automated Weather Systems into the larger African continent, successfully deploying into Tanzania, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia and Zambia. He is the Manager: Infrastructure Availability, overseeing the Radar and Lightning Detection Networks, and also fulfils the role of Acting Senior Manager: Technical Service, overseeing all the company’s weather observation infrastructure supported by a team of technicians, technologists, specialists and engineers.

Over the past decade, the South African Weather Service (SAWS) has improved its near-real-time remote sensing weather prediction and monitoring capability through its continued upgrades of and technology.

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