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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...

Meteomatics at the AMS 2020 in Boston

Meteomatics at the AMS 2020 in Boston

The AMS Annual Meeting in Boston celebrates their 100th gathering in January. It is the world’s largest conference/exhibition for companies from the weather, water and climate industries. This year, Meteomatics is looking forward to being a part of it. We will be...

Meteomatics and Weather Intelligence sign partnership

Meteomatics and Weather Intelligence sign partnership

St Gallen: (November 5th, 2019) – Meteomatics AG, the Swiss-based global weather service provider and weather drone expert, is delighted to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with leading Brisbane based weather...

How drones can help us create a more sustainable future

How drones can help us create a more sustainable future

In 2015 a UN Summit launched the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The agenda sets out a vision for a radically improved world:  one which works to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all....

Zurich’s PhDs face real IT challenges

Zurich’s PhDs face real IT challenges

In order to bring together real IT problems of existing companies with the fresh ideas of PhD students, ETH and the University of Zurich organise the Academia Industry Modeling (AIM) week once a year. Like its other industrial partners, Meteomatics has given the...

A grown-up Start-up?

A grown-up Start-up?

Even after more than seven years, with 30 employees, three office locations across Europe and a multitude of well-known customers, we still like to think of ourselves as a start-up. And why not, the idea of collecting weather data with cutting edge drone technologies...

Go Connector

Go Connector

The new Go Connector developed by Tom Payne is now available: Go is a programming language designed by Google. The structure of Go is related to C, but with greater simplicity. Thanks to Tom Payne, a connector incorporating the Go language for accessing all kinds of...

Intergeo 2019 - Knowledge and action for planet earth

Intergeo 2019 - Knowledge and action for planet earth

"Knowledge and action for planet earth" is the motto of Intergeo's 25th anniversary exhibition this year. As the world's most important communication and networking forum for geo-IT, digitization and innovations such as virtual and augmented reality, UAVs and smart...

New Meteomatics Online Weather API Access Packages

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

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...

Fast retrieval of reanalysis data

Fast retrieval of reanalysis data

The Meteomatics API facilitates the high-speed retrieval of long historical time series as well as historical grid data from ECMWF's reanalysis model ERA5. Queries from ERA5 can be executed as usual without any additional specifications!