WeatherEvents.net is a unique mobile weather information service, based around the UK's only purpose built mobile weather lab. This internet based service is ideally suited to outdoor events, such as music festivals, outdoor performances, sporting events, air shows, rural/country shows, race meets or any situation where weather conditions are an influencing factor.
By utilising the very latest in weather measurement and mobile computing technology, our 4WD mobile weather lab is able to stream live meteorological data, including live streaming audio/video, directly from outdoor events onto the internet and event websites.
This real-time weather data and live weathercam video can provide a significant value added service to your event's visitors, raising the profile of your event's web presence. In addition, it can also be invaluable to event organisers and operational staff, who can make informed strategic decisions, based on real weather conditions on the ground.
Once setup, typically in under 30 minutes, our weather lab will open its fault tolerant uplinks with our data processing server, and start feeding high quality weather data and streaming video onto the internet and available for you to use on your website.
In addition, the WeatherEvents.net mobile weather lab now boasts a large LED matrix sign, permanently mounted to the roof of the lab, which will display core weather conditions locally. The sign is legible up to a distance of 60 metres and scrolls all current conditions which are updated live from the lab's on board weather instruments. Parameters displayed on the sign include current temperature, wind speed (both average and gust), humidity, barometric pressure and rainfall rate and accumulation. The sign can also be tailored to display public service, advertising or informational messages at the client's request.
In short, WeatherEvents.net are the specialists in mobile, real-time weather data aquisition and imagery in the United Kingdom
If you are interested to hear how the mobile lab was conceptualised and constructed, why not join me at the Lochgelly Centre on the 29th of April at 7pm, for a free event entitled "An Audience With Graham Smith". As part of the event, I'll be talking about how the idea of the mobile weather lab came about, and an overview of it's construction. Although the event is free, tickets must be booked. Click here for full event and booking details.
We're delighted to have been invited to attend the Elements Science Day, on Saturday the 25th of May 2013 at The Pavilion, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, from 11am to 4pm. The day, which promises to be an exciting mix of scientific discovery, coupled with lots of fun, is being hosted by the Bute Astronomical Society. If you're in the area, why not come along and say hello! If you can't make it, you can always catch the live weathercam video stream on the day.