Meteomatics Tech Blog

The Meteomatics tech blog explores and explains the developments, news and trends surrounding data science and weather by exploring new and useful open source applications for our weather API.

Using Google's Dialogueflow to create an AI chatbot

Google's Dialogueflow offers an alternative to Amazon Alexa for those that want to build AI assistants. These don't require voice interaction and can be integrated in Slack, Facebook Messenger and more. Read about building a Dialogueflow Agent which can request Meteomatics weather API data here.

Radar, Station and Model Data: How Meteomatics Mix Provides The Best Data Every Time - A comparison of different data sources for Scandinavia

Weather data takes many forms. Radar represents the best observational precipitation record. We compare Radar with stations and models using our API.

Creating A Julia connector for Meteomatics' Weather API

Julia is a powerful new computer language with multiple dispatch and strong typing. We discuss Julia’s advantages and write an API connector in Julia.

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Using Google's Dialogueflow to create an AI chatbot

Using Google's Dialogueflow to create an AI chatbot

Google's Dialogueflow offers an alternative to Amazon Alexa for those that want to build AI assistants. These don't require voice interaction and can be integrated in Slack, Facebook Messenger and more. Read about building a Dialogueflow Agent which can request Meteomatics weather API data here.

Developing an Alexa Skill with Python

Developing an Alexa Skill with Python

Amazon Alexa enables voice interaction with the internet. We created a skill to ask Alexa about the weather through our API and show you how to make your own.

Meet our Authors

Thomas Eldridge

Thomas Eldridge

Technology Evangelist

Since graduating from his Physics degree in 2015, Tom has been a researcher in Meteorology, with a focus on rescuing old satellite data and applying it to questions of historical climate. He joined Meteomatics in 2021 and is exploring new applications of the extensive weather API database. When not in the office he is, on average, halfway up a mountain.

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