December 2

AerisWeather Winter Newsletter

In This Issue

Season’s Greetings from all of us at AerisWeather! We hope to find you enjoying the end of your year. 2015 has brought many exciting ventures to AerisWeather, from a new name and office space to updated map overlays and product offerings. We can’t wait to see what 2016 holds.

Here’s What’s New

We have been hard at work creating updates for the Aeris iOS and Android SDKs. The iOS update features support for new endpoints from the Aeris API Threats add-on. This includes endpoints for weather threats, storm reports, storm cell summary, convective outlooks, fire outlooks, and drought monitor. The Android SDK includes updates for both forecast and observation endpoints. For more information on both updates, please visit the AerisWeather blog.

Aeris Android Weather SDK v1.1.1: http://www.aerisweather.com/blog/aeris-android-weather-sdk-v1-1-1/ 

Aeris iOS Weather SDK 2.20: http://www.aerisweather.com/blog/aeris-ios-weather-sdk-2-2-0-released/

We have a new look for a few of the weather maps on our website! The convective outlook, fire outlook, and drought monitor now each feature the affected cities in the product’s respective categories. Here’s a peek at the convective outlook:

Convective Outlook

The map illustrates the different severe weather risks with the same color scheme as the Storm Prediction Center. To the right of the map, you’ll find the option to click between Days 1, 2, 3, and 4. Also, the major cities affected by each risk category are now listed for your convenience.

For a look at each of the newly updated maps, check out: http://wx.aerisweather.com/datamaps/convective.html

And finally, we are pleased to announce our newest offering in the Aeris Enterprise suite of professional alerting and forecasting services: Aeris Enterprise for mobile. Everything you love about the desktop version is now available for download to your iOS device. The mobile app will automatically sync with your desktop version as soon as you sign in. Easily add job site locations, set up custom alerts, and view radar on the mobile app.

Visit http://www.aerisweather.com/manage/enterprise to discover how Aeris Enterprise will help your business increase efficiency by being ready for whatever the weather brings.

 

AerisWeather at the 2015 NWA Meeting

In October, AerisWeather visited the National Weather Association’s annual meeting in Oklahoma City. Our own Mace Michaels and Kory Hartman showcased Aeris Air Time and Aeris Enterprise to the meteorologists in attendance. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and said hi!

Follow AerisWeather on Twitter for the latest on where you can visit us and see product demonstrations!

AerisWeather Utilizes Social Media to Spread the Word

Our AerisWeather meteorologists are very active on social media, especially before and during big weather events. We tweet and post the latest information regarding severe weather outbreaks, hurricanes, flash flooding, heavy snow, dangerous ice storms, and more. Posts include everything from text and images to blogs and videos. You can follow us on Twitter @AerisWeather or on Facebook by searching AerisWeather. Here’s a sample of what to expect after connecting with us:

Reminder: We’ve moved!

Our new building address is 6569 City West Parkway Eden Prairie, MN 55344.
Our MAILING address is PO Box 44726 Eden Prairie, MN 55344.

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