Keeping your planes, cranes, trades, or outdoor games ahead of the weather.
ClimaCell® provides the most accurate weather data in the world by integrating proprietary data extracted from wireless networks and other new sensing technologies with data from traditional sensors. With 90% correlation to ground truth (vs. 50% using radar), it’s the best you can get for your enterprise.
Hyper-accurate weather data from any minute in the past with unprecedented resolution on any street.
Minute-by-minute, hyper-local weather observations that outperform radar on speed and accuracy.
Pinpoint micro-weather forecasts from 0-360 minutes out, from our unique data source.
New granular weather data from millions of fresh outputs processed with the highest performance computing.
Agility for your business operations in rapidly shifting conditions.
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ClimaCell’s software, Elkabetz says, can track the intensity of rainfall on one street versus another in the same neighborhood.
...a great use case in crop insurance as it can provide accurate, consistent field level data digitally in real time
R. Venkataramanan, Managing Trustee
An American company, ClimaCell, already offers short-range forecasts for specific roads, but it may be only a short while before Britons can check their phones to see whether they will need an umbrella or a sombrero when they nip to the cornershop.
By using existing wireless communication infrastructure ...its software can be deployed in developing nations where reliable weather data is typically not available.
ClimaCell was the first company to bring a brand new source of weather data to market by repurposing existing global infrastructure.