After years of independent customer successes and value creation, Meteomatics and JMC, a leading Japan-based meteorological service provider, have now jointly recognised the growing market opportunity for Meteodrone-enabled local forecasting solutions in key Japanese vertical segments including financial services, energy, logistics in both private and public sectors. They were formalising their business engagement by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) last week.

 

 

Both JMC’s and Meteomatics’ customers demand industrial scale access to the best possible meteorological data in a way that is both agile and secure, flexible and powerful, and that simply works with client and third party solutions and provide the most accurate environmental data neededto fuel mission critical applications. By working with JMC’s deep expertise in the delivery of meteorological services Meteomatics looks forward to integrating our industry-leading Meteodrones into the Japanese market, and to creating an alliance that will help public and private organisations all over Japan derive more value and insights from environmental data than ever before.

“JMC is excited to expand our strategic relationship with Meteomatics. We look forward to extending the success we have experienced over the recent years in Japan by embracing this exciting new technological develop of weather drones,” said Masanori Suzuki, representative director of JMC. “Our ability to solve complex business problems by using Meteomatics’ advanced weather data gathering platform along-side intellectual capital developed by JMC allows our clients to better develop crucial insights from their operational data in order to gain a competitive advantage in their respective markets.”