Meteomatics supports SBB with hydrological forecasts

The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) brings more than 1.3 million people safely to their destinations every day and requires a reliable energy management. For an efficient schedule of their hydro assets the SBB depends on precise hydrological forecasts which Meteomatics...

New Meteomatics Online Weather API Access Packages

Experience the power of Meteomatics Weather API at a more affordable price Today, Tuesday 22nd September, Meteomatics is pleased to announce the launch of two new weather API access packages. Enabling a broader range of users to experience the richness and quality of...

The Tide Weather Model - conquering new frontiers

1. Introduction The rise and fall of sea levels on the Earth is referred to as “tide”, which is a Low German word for “time”. Tides originate from combined effects of gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and Sun, and the Earth’s rotation. More specifically, the...