We designed the Tempest hardware and network infrastructure to support the largest weather and environmental data observing system on earth. This means hardware that is easy to set up and a data collection and monitoring system that is unparalleled in its ability to scale. There are tens of thousands of Tempest Weather Systems online and growth is accelerating. All of this data fuels our Nearcast™ technology.
WeatherFlow-Tempest also has access to other important proprietary data. Our partner company WeatherFlow Networks created the largest industrial-grade private weather network and we retain exclusive access to this data for most applications. In some cases, our customers are best served with an expansion to this high-end network and we can facilitate that. You can learn more about WeatherFlow Networks at weatherflownetworks.com.
Creating weather networks is a core strength at WeatherFlow-Tempest. We start by collecting a massive set of data in the public domain worldwide. This includes data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Environmental Data Service (EDS), as well as intel from obscure sources that we have qualified over many years.
As we expand globally we are adding hardware options to TempestOne weather station line, including a remote hub, featuring solar power and cellular communications. Our affiliate, WeatherFlow Networks, is expanding to include more industrial-grade sensing of weather data – and also measure impactful environmental components such as hail, snow, soil moisture, water temperature, and more. Stay tuned!