Welcome to Delft Multi-Sensor Information System for Situation Awareness

In the Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems group at TU Delft we are study and developing modern radar systems, signal and data processing algorithms for different applications. We created and run a few unique radar sensors, which operate continuously (24 hours 7 day per week), collecting research data. The processing of these data provides the information, which we want to share with you. You can use it in everyday life for better awareness about current weather condition in the area around Delft.

Weather forecast : Fairly fine, showery later

PARSAX Radar data
X-Band Scanning Radar data
Weather station on the top of EWI building in Delft
Conditions at local time 12:33 on 19 oktober 2017
Temperature and humidity
Feel like Temp16.9°C  
Temperature (intern)21.4°CHumidity (intern)55%
Apparent Temperature17.3°CLast hour variation (3hrs)+1.1°C
Wet thermometer15.4°CLast hour variation (Rising)+1.3°C
Average Temperature16.0°CDew point13.6°C
WindchillnoChill hours0.0
Humidex21.2°CHeat indexno
Cloud base561 mIs sun upYes
Rainfall rate0.0 mm/hrRainfall Today0.0 mm
Rainfall Last Hour0.0 mmRainfall This Month13.2 mm
Rainfall since midnight0.0 mmRainfall This Year275.8 mm
Rainfall last 24h0.0 mmLast rainfall (9 Day, 17 Hour, 33 Min)2017-10-09 19:00
Current wind speed4.5 m/sWind directionN
Wind Speed (gust)6.3 m/sWind bearing359°
Wind speed (avg)2.7 m/sWind bearing (avg)358°
Wind bearing range from000° (358°)to010° (7°)
Beaufort scaleF2Light breeze-
Pressure (sea level)
Barometer1009.93 mbAltimeter pressure1009.83 mb
Pressure trend-0.25 mbSteady
Sun and Moon
Day length10:26Length of daylight11:34
Moon age29 Day  

Page updated : 19-10-2017 12:33:45
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local time

Delft, Nederland


Temperature : 18.1°C
Humidity : 75%
Wind speed : 2.7 m/s
Wind direction : N

donderdag, 19 oktober 2017

Last read at 12:33:45


Forecast: Fairly fine, showery later

Forecast image
(next 12 hours)

Moon phase

Forecast icon

Phase : New moon
Moon visible at 0%



The Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems (MS3) group at TU Delft is a research group, not a data provider. It means that we are using our sensing facilities (S-band PARSAX radar, X-band scanning radar, video-cameras and weather station) as a platform for experimentation (test-bed) with a primary goal to study and further develop the radar technology, sensing signals and data processing algorithms for wide range of applications. We are running in parallel many projects that periodically require to switch our sensors from standard data collection mode, which is used for presented on this site information system, to experimental modes, which could not be visualized here. We are also working continuously to improve sensing and processing capabilities of our sensors and these works can be done only off-line.

As result, we could not promise and guarantee that you will find any time this site updated with current information, but we will do our best. There are time stamps on all images, in all tables - check them carefully. 

All material provided on the Site is intended for educational and informational purposes only and should not be used to replace the advice of a qualified professional. The information from independent public sources is publishing "as it is", with direct references to sources and copyright owners.