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The Meteomatics Story

about us 

The Meteomatics Story

about us 

From a desire for better weather forecasts to a world-leading weather business

The story of Meteomatics began back in 2012 in response to a growing desire for more accurate weather forecasts. Meteomatics now employs 30 experts in three different locations – St. Gallen, Berlin and Exeter and has a growing global partner network.. From these locations Meteomatics supports customers from all over the world simply delivering unique, high-resolution weather forecasts. and environmental data. The spectrum of application for these forecasts and data are as wide-ranging as the weather itself – from improved tornado forecasts in Oklahoma to the seamless integration of weather data into complex operational business applications across Europe and Asia  – Meteomatics has the solution.

Dr. Martin Fengler (Founder & CEO) about Meteomatics

At Meteomatics we have set ourselves the goal of addressing and demystifying two particular issues. Firstly, the perception that the selection and delivery of quality weather data has to be complicated and difficult and secondly that hyperlocal weather forecasting is by its very nature unreliable and inexact. To solve the first issue, we have developed our own unique API technology that allows straightforward realtime interactions with huge volumes of weather data, slicing and dicing them and delivering only the specific data needed to answer our clients’ requests. Secondly, by incorporating the enhanced temporal and spatial data gathered by our Meteodrones we are able to significantly improve hyperlocal weather forecast accuracy and reliability.

Board of Directors

Dr. Martin Fengler

Martin Fengler is the Managing Director of Meteomatics, which he founded in 2012. Prior to this he developed new forecasting systems at Meteomedia AG (today: MeteoGroup Schweiz) where he soon became responsible for the technology & innovation department.

Dr. Jürg Wildi

Dr. Jürg Wildi is self-employed in the field of Avation & Aeronautics Engineering. Previously he used his know-how as CTO and later as Vice President Technology at RUAG Aviation. He was actively involved in the development of the RUAG Ranger ADS 95 drone.

Dr. Urs Springer

Since 2007 Urs Springer worked for BKW in energy trading sector, most recently as Head of Trading & Origination. Previously, Urs Martin Springer was senior consultant for four years at Ecoplan in Berne focusing on the transport and energy industry.

Board of Directors

Dr. Martin Fengler

Martin Fengler is the Managing Director of Meteomatics, which he founded in 2012. Prior to this he developed new forecasting systems at Meteomedia AG (today: MeteoGroup Schweiz) where he soon became responsible for the technology & innovation department.

Dr. Jürg Wildi

Dr. Jürg Wildi is self-employed in the field of Avation & Aeronautics Engineering. Previously he used his know-how as CTO and later as Vice President Technology at RUAG Aviation. He was actively involved in the development of the RUAG Ranger ADS 95 drone.

Andreas Bosshard

Andreas Bosshard is chairman of the administration board of Oertli Instrumente AG Berneck. He was head of HF- and Microwave Engineering and Vice President Sales/ Marketing at Huber + Suhner AG and since 1992 independent entrepreneur in the field of eye surgery.

Dr. Urs Springer

Since 2007 Urs Springer worked for BKW in energy trading sector, most recently as Head of Trading & Origination. Previously, Urs Martin Springer was senior consultant for four years at Ecoplan in Berne focusing on the transport and energy industry.

Emil Enz

Emil Enz is Managing Director for Enz Electronic AG and LumiteC AG, which he founded in 1978 and 1986. Before, he had been the head of the design department at Metrohm AG for many years.