The stratosphere is a unique region positioned between the altitudes that satellites and aircraft typically operate in. It is characterized by its proximity to the ozone layer and shares some similarities with the space environment. It is within this realm that superpressure and high-altitude balloons reside, offering diverse applications such as weather monitoring, aerial photography, telecommunications, and technology validation for long-duration space missions. These balloons can operate without engines or fuel but effectively navigating them poses significant challenges. Real-time decision-making, incorporating numerous variables like wind speed and solar elevation, becomes complex due to forecast errors and limited wind measurements.