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Station data queryable through WFS

In addition to lightning and storm data you can now access station data by using our WFS interface. In combination with the WMS interface this allows to query, visualize and compare area data from weather models and point data from stations through a single interface,...

Satellite imagery is now available in our API

Satellite imagery is still the fastest way to get an overview of the current weather situation. Now, you can get visible satellite channels as well as derived products, as for example cloud type images, directly from our API and cut to the area you are interested in....

IFAT 2018 in Munich

IFAT 2018 in Munich

Understanding environmental impacts on business is essential. The water industry needs ever more accurate and yet cost-effective demand and supply side management. Top of the agenda is to deliver innovative solutions to further improve compliance with sewage, waste...

New way of defining locations: Postal (ZIP) Codes

The data that you receive from the API depends on the request that you make. There are a few core criteria required for each API request; time, parameters, location and output format. From our vast array of parameter options it is possible to go deep and into great...

API News now available!

Our API is continuously updated and improved to fulfill as many of our customer's wishes as we can. To keep you updated, and to let you know about the new features, we will keep posting news here. News

High, higher, highest - the Meteodrones at Jungfraujoch

High, higher, highest - the Meteodrones at Jungfraujoch

Once again the Meteodrones are measuring meteorological parameters within the Planet Boundary Layer (PBL / <2km) to improve high-resolution weather forecasting systems and help them to better predict fog, high fog and thunderstorms. However, this time, in order to...

Successful showcase of the Meteodrone in Jersey

Successful showcase of the Meteodrone in Jersey

The Meteomatics team had a successful and fun three day visit to Jersey this week as guests of Digital Jersey. What a great place! We would like to thank all those who attended our various demonstrations and meetings and, in particular, Tony Moretta, Chris Knight...

Drones as innovative mobile solutions

Mobile solutions have become widespread within business. As part of their Master's Course Information Systems for Mobile Solutions students of the HSG benefit from a series of guest lectures that complement their introduction to topics such as mobile payments and IoT...

Market Value Analysis Wind

Market Value Analysis Wind

Where the wind fills the coffers The new "Wind Market Value Analysis" is the necessary tool for making informed decisions on planning, marketing, operation and securing of wind turbines and wind farms. With its new product, Meteomatics combines high-resolution...

The Meteodrone in the spotlight of SRF Einstein

The Meteodrone in the spotlight of SRF Einstein

Various observational data sources are currently available for weather forecasts. Besides atmospheric remote sensing data from satellites and ground instruments, surface data is measured at ground stations. However, a crucial layer, the so-called Planetary Boundary...

E-World 2018 in Essen -en

E-World 2018 in Essen -en

The E-world energy & water in Essen has been focusing for years on innovative technologies and solutions for the energy supply of the future. The majority of the exhibitors, half of whom come from the field of energy services, are from abroad. Meteomatics, as an...

In the fast lane with Meteomatics Weather API

In the fast lane with Meteomatics Weather API

The Solar Car Team Bochum won the Vize World Championship title at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2017 in Australia. Two years of effort - fiddling, designing, building, programming and working - have paid off. Although there were many doubtful moments during...

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...