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Meteomatics supporting NASA Space Apps COVID-19 Challenge

Meteomatics supporting NASA Space Apps COVID-19 Challenge

      Over the weekend (30th / 31st May), we were invited by NASA to support their global hackathon. Coders, technologists and others participated in an all-virtual challenge to identify trends in the COVID-19 pandemic. During a period of 48 hours, more...

Meteomatics launches free Weather Browser

Meteomatics launches free Weather Browser

Want to see live weather data for anywhere in the world, beautifully visualised? Here at Meteomatics we are passionate about bridging the gap between expert meteorology and the wider weather community, so we have created a free tool using our powerful API so that you...

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...