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Have you ever wondered to get weather data directly ingested into Tableau? This can be either done than with a web data connector (WDC) or directly via WMS. The following screenshot shows how powerful such an integration can be: You can access satellite and radar...

On the podium with Meteomatics` Weather API

On the podium with Meteomatics` Weather API

The American Solar Challenge 2018 is a solar car endurance challenge that took place from July 14 – 22, and has been bringing world leading solar-powered vehicle teams to compete across the USA since 1990. In order to reach the finish line in the shortest possible...

Meteomatics at the NWG Innovation Festival

Meteomatics at the NWG Innovation Festival

A team from Meteomatics has joined our EIM expert partner Aiimi to take part in the NWG Innovation Festival which is being held all this week (9th-13th July) at Newcastle Racecourse in the UK. This exciting Festival is in its second year and  is the brainchild of...

Google Spreadsheet Connector

A lot of our customers require to add weather API functionality to a Google spreadsheet. Now, this can easily be done with the Meteomatics weather API. Our API enables you to retrieve location specific weather and maritime information around the globe directly into...

Meteomatics at the Swiss Re/ Oasis Conference

Meteomatics’ team is looking forward to exhibiting at the Swiss Re / Oasis conference at Swiss Re Corporate’s Zurich office tomorrow. We will be sharing a stand with our partners OASIS Hub and look forward to showing how our Weather API with specialist products like...

Supply Chain Innovation Day

The University of St Gallen’s Institute for Supply Chain Management has invited Dr. Martin Fengler, CEO of Meteomatics, to take part in their "Supply Chain Innovation Day”. Dr. Martin Fengler will introduce experts in Supply Chain to the multitude of possibilities...

Meteomatics as part of the Drone Innovators Network

Meteomatics as part of the Drone Innovators Network

In recent years, the interest in drones and their applications has steadily increased. Drones have become commonplace for a wide variety of professional control, monitoring and inspection tasks and so have become far more than just a new hobby for model-building...

Meteomatics at the DDS Data Days

Meteomatics at the DDS Data Days

Since 2002, the DDS Data Days have been held to bring together users, prospects and suppliers of geospatial data. The versatile program offers lectures as well as the opportunity to exchange experiences and is therefore the ideal platform for anyone who works with...

Meteomatics and the future of drones in the UK

Meteomatics and the future of drones in the UK

Meteomatics was invited to take its place last week on an expert panel at the techUK event in London, Drone Futures: How the UK can lead from the front.Sharing the platform with national and international drone industry leaders and experts from PWC, the Satellite...

Meteomatics at the UEF2018 Workshop at ECMWF

Meteomatics at the UEF2018 Workshop at ECMWF

The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) is a 24/7 operational meteorological service, producing and disseminating numerical weather predictions to its Member States. Besides being a research institute ECMWF is always on the lookout of for...

New Hail Index Available

Hail is one of these weather events that literally hurt if you ignore them. Finally, you can get a hail index from our API that warns you ahead of time, or allows you to reconstruct past events. More

Meteomatics revolutionises weather data measurement

The fast acquisition and computation of data is playing an increasingly important role across many industries. Meteorological services record current weather conditions and compile weather information to deliver alerts and warnings. In order to facilitate the exchange...

Meteomatics goes to Japan

Meteomatics goes to Japan

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...

The Meteodrones at the FAHM 2018 in London

The Meteodrones at the FAHM 2018 in London

Determining risks, threats and hazards is at the heart of aviation safety, in order to maintain the safety & security of our airports. Drones, Foreign Object Detection & Wildlife are all featuring on the registers for every airport (civil or military) or...

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...