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Recorded April 25, 2018
Weather affects businesses in a variety of ways. Staffing issues, device delays and disruptions from catastrophic weather events can all put a strain on your day-to-day operations. Our WeatherOps forecasts can help you be prepared ahead of time.
Recorded May 9, 2018
Are you prepared for the next weather disaster? It’s always best to be proactive rather than reactive. Step 1 includes having a reliable source of weather information. Step 2 is to establish actionable weather triggers so that once criteria are met, your plan can go into effect.
Recorded April 26, 2017
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.
WeatherOps GIS Map Services by WDT provides precision weather layers for GIS mapping platforms, including ESRI's GeoEvent Server. We built these services for use by enterprise and municipal decision makers, data scientists, and agronomists in support of their efforts to create analytics, provide real-time operational support, and to apply weather metrics to drive advanced analytics.
When severe weather threatens, one of the most dangerous places to be is in a confined, crowded area. Assessing the risk your organization faces regarding weather impacts has everything to do with being informed. WeatherOps is the industry leader in weather risk mitigation software and data. We know the importance of timely information and we shared our thoughts with you about the remaining severe weather season in 2017.
Did you know 28% of business interruptions occur due to weather? Assessing the risk your organization faces regarding severe weather has everything to do with being informed. WeatherOps is the industry leader in weather risk mitigation software and data. We know the importance of timely information and we shared our thoughts with you about the 2017 storm season.