Meteomatics is thrilled to be invited by the NASA Space Apps Team to become a 'Global Collaborator' at NASA's Space Apps Challenge. Meteomatics will make available its high performing Weather API to all those participating in this years NASA Space Apps Challenge, at no cost for the duration of the challenge! Our Weather API will help participants solve questions and build solutions, by delivering fast and simple access to an extensive range of global weather data from leading centres across the globe, such as NOAA, ECMWF and UK Met Office. The API also includes radar, satellite, observations and other environmental data. NASA Space App Challenge is inviting coders, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, artists, and technologists to participate in a virtual hackathon, solving a range of challenges and is encouraging new participants to register their interest - sign up here. The NASA Space Apps Team have also created a virtual bootcamp, giving advice from NASA experts, Space Apps Ambassadors, Local Leads, and other Subject-Matter Experts about the Space Apps 2020 challenges, tools, resources, and more - users can subscribe to the bootcamp here. Meteomatics wishes all those participating the best of luck!
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