CBAM

High resolution weather forecasts and historical data customized to meet each customer’s needs.

On-demand, customizable, and accurate NWP solution. Get an unfair advantage with actionable information for your business.

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Who is CBAM for?

Utilities

Forecast weather impact on individual assets, where hi-res model outputs are not otherwise available; estimate storm damage and future production to understand volatility.

Agriculture

Create analyses and forecasts of field-level weather for Precision Ag and assessments of sensitive precipitation events as they unfold.

Energy Trading

Drive intraday, day-ahead, and 2-week trading strategies with greater spatial and temporal details, on-demand forecasts, and asset-specific Solar and Wind forecasts.

Aviation

Improve flight planning and execution, including reduced delays, with hyper accurate forecasts and historical analysis.

Utilities

Agriculture

Energy Trading

Aviation

Forecast weather impact on individual assets, where hi-res model outputs are not otherwise available; estimate storm damage and future production to understand volatility.

Why is it revolutionary?

MicroWeather = Micro Forecast
Today, one of the best available public models, NOAA’s High-Resolution Rapid Refresh or HRRR, works in resolutions of 3km. CBAM, in contrast, reaches a resolution of tens of meters, accounting for things like terrain and buildings and allowing us to see otherwise invisible features, such as wind turbulence around buildings.
Global
HRRR and similar models are only available in a few developed countries, while the vast majority of the world remains without access to such forecasts. CBAM is global - can operate anytime, anywhere, from a single wind farm to the entire Indian subcontinent.
On-Demand
Rather than feeding everyone with outputs from the same generic model, CBAM is tailored and flexible, providing the optimal solution for each customer’s unique needs, be it location, resolution or weather variable of interest. CBAM generates micro forecast for specific domains and specific use cases.
Data
Thanks to ClimaCell’s Weather of Things (WoT) approach, CBAM feeds from millions of proprietary observations, including in data-poor regions, adding significant improvement to the model forecasting skills.
Time
HRRR updates every hour, and most other public models every 6 hours, CBAM updates every few minutes.

CBAM vs. HRRR: Terrain Effects

CBAM visualization

500m resolution

15min data frequency

Convective resolving

Fine-scale terrain resolving

Tuned for a domain/ asset

HRRR* visualization

3km resolution

1hr data frequency

Convective resolving

Tuned for CONUS HRRR is the high resolution model

*Provided by NOAA in the US