Transition cutting-edge atmospheric modeling research to the marketplace
Vertum Partners specializes in applying rigorously-validated atmospheric simulations to renewable energies, operational weather forecasts, and long-term climate dataset construction. Current clients use Vertum products, derived from complex worldwide weather and climate input, for geospatial analyses across a broad range of purposes throughout the private, public, and academic sectors. Vertum also provides support for client needs on intricate meteorological workflows, extreme-scale networks and distributed computing infrastructures. This support includes expertise in optimizing high-resolution weather and climate simulations using the WRF model. For a list of customers and our capabilities relevant to your industry please contact us directly. (Cameron Whiteman, Managing Partner, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Vertum was founded in 2009, with a combination of world-renowned science and business expertise. Our mission was to transition cutting-edge atmospheric modeling research to the marketplace. Since then, Vertum has continued to develop transformative technology, using the big data revolution and its software-centered data center to produce practical meteorological decision systems. With federal grants and large client support, Vertum has consecutive profitable quarters with moderate growth. For more information see About Us.
Vertum has built strong relationships with the UC system, including UCLA (Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, Environmental Humanities, Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research, Department of Atmospheric Science and Anderson School of Management), UCI and the UC research center at White Mountain.
Vertum Partners is a Chancellor's Society member and an inaugural sponsor of the UCLA IoES Corporate Partners Program, where our company is recognized for supporting clean technology development in the greater Los Angeles region.
We gratefully acknowledge the ongoing support from the DOE. In 2014, Vertum completed a 3-year Wind Energy project for the highly competitive DOE Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program and, in June (2015), started a similar project for Solar Energy Predictive Systems. This support has helped propel Vertum's research and development in the renewable energy field.