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New API Features

New API Features

Global Satellite Images: the range of available satellite images has been expanded.

Support for GeoTIFF image output

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.

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 |...

Meteomatics at the "Werkstattgespräch" with ETH Zurich

Meteomatics at the "Werkstattgespräch" with ETH Zurich

10 debris flows within one summer – an extraordinarily high amount. The region known as Illgraben in Valais (Switzerland) is facing increasing danger of debris flows and landslides that endangers the valley. Fabian Walter, Professor for Glacier Seismology at the ETH...

Going 'Hyperlocal' To Improve Safety

Going 'Hyperlocal' To Improve Safety

St. Gallen, February 24, 2021: Meteomatics, the Swiss-based global weather service provider and weather drone expert, is delighted to announce that their efforts improving the development of hyperlocal weather forecasts are now supported by global technology leader,...

Improvements in Meteomatics API precipitation forecasts

Improvements in Meteomatics API precipitation forecasts

Current weather models still facing challenges in accurately reproducing and forecasting precipitation. To assist the weather models’ observed precipitation, it is crucial to complement information about rainfall. In line with that, Meteomatics is delighted to...

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