API Updates

New API Features

New API Features

Global Satellite Images The range of available satellite images has been expanded. In addition to the RGB channel, three IR channels with central wavelengths of 1.6 μm, 3.9 μm as well as 10.4 μm have been added to the API: parameters: sat_ir_016:idx |...

Support for GeoTIFF image output

Support for GeoTIFF image output

The Meteomatics API is now capable of returning images in the GeoTIFF format, which is an extension to the TIFF standard. The contained tags for georeferencing allow displaying these images alongside maps in GIS instead of using our WMS interface, for example in QGIS:...

Meteomatics launches free Weather Browser

Meteomatics launches free Weather Browser

Want to see live weather data for anywhere in the world, beautifully visualised? Here at Meteomatics we are passionate about bridging the gap between expert meteorology and the wider weather community, so we have created a free tool using our powerful API so that you...

Global Satellite Images

Global Satellite Images

The new Meteomatics satellite composite comprises geostationary satellite images of GOES 16, GOES 17, Himawari 8, Meteosat 8, Meteosat 11 and Meteosat MSG which are merged seamlessly in order to create a global satellite image. model selection: mix-satellite |...

Go Connector

Go Connector

The new Go Connector developed by Tom Payne is now available: Go is a programming language designed by Google. The structure of Go is related to C, but with greater simplicity. Thanks to Tom Payne, a connector incorporating the Go language for accessing all kinds of...

New Parameters and Features

New Parameters and Features

Several new parameters and features have been added to the API lately: Air Density This parameter is now available in the API under the identifier air_density_<level>:kgm3. Air density depends on temperature, pressure as well as moisture. Regarding the vertical...

Polygon Queries

Polygon Queries

In addition to the existing query methods, the new powerful polygon query is now available! This kind of query offers a lot of new opportunities regarding spatial data analysis. Have you ever wondered about the highest elevation around your area or the mean...