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What to Expect for the 2017 Growing Season

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WDT provides very high-resolution precision weather APIs specifically designed for agriculture. We purposely built these services for use by data scientists, agronomists, and developers in support of their efforts to create analytics, provide real-time operational support to growers, and to provide weather information to drive prescriptive analytics for growers.

We know the importance of this timely information and want to share our thoughts with you about the upcoming storm season.

  • Long-range forecast: what to expect for the 2017 growing season
  • Overview of our API capabilities including industry-leading weather imagery for Ag
  • A quick look at planning your operations around our weather decision support system

We continue to lead the market with our release of 1 km resolution precipitation estimates, current conditions, and forecasts over most regions of the world. We hope you’ll join us to see these products in action and learn about what WDT meteorologists expect the 2017 storm season to bring.

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About the Speakers

Steve Strum
Vice President of Extended Forecast Services
After working within the energy sector, Steve identified an industry need and established Frontier Weather, a provider of historical and forecast weather data to the energy and finance sectors. Frontier was acquired by WDT last September. Steve serves as Vice President of Extended Forecast Services, continuing to operate Frontier under the WDT umbrella.
Matt Gaffner
GIS Solutions Expert
Matt joined WDT immediately after graduating from the University of Oklahoma (2006) and has served WDT in many roles during his tenure. Matt uses his meteorological and project management background to help prospective customers solve unique problems to make better business decisions based on WDT’s weather products and services.
Renny Vandewege
Senior Vice President, Business Development
Renny Vandewege serves as Senior Vice President of Business Development at WDT, overseeing the overall growth of WDT’s customer base and markets globally. He has been a leader in the weather industry for over 13 years, with a focus on growth of revenue and programs in broadcasting, academia, and the private weather industry.