Tag: weather mapping platform

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March 2

High-Resolution Weather Predictions Will Power the Clean Energy Revolution

High-Resolution Weather Predictions Will Power the Clean Energy Revolution Winston Churchill had it right. The future is a riddle, wrapped inside a mystery, inside an enigma. Predictions are always tenuous, but one thing is increasingly apparent: what worked in the 1970s probably will not work in the 2030s. The election of President Joseph Biden has accelerated a transition to a more sustainable, clean-energy future for the United States. But federal incentives and stimulus are only part of the equation. Market forces are already in play, powering and accelerating an inevitable transition to wind, solar, energy storage, biofuels, tidal power and...

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December 9

Use Weather Forecast Data to Place Google Ads

In our most recent post, we discussed the ability to use our weather API to instruct Google Ads to make campaign changes based around the current weather of your target audience. Given that digital advertising based off of current weather conditions in an area provides only one piece of the weather-triggered ads puzzle, we’re excited to share a similar tutorial to make Google ad campaign logic decisions based off of weather forecast data as well. Imagine the possibility of selling ice melt, umbrellas, or beach towels when forecast weather conditions tempt consumers the most. Similar to before, there’s some minimal...

February 18

Weather Maps Made Easy With The AerisWeather Mapping Wizard

Last August we released the AerisWeather API Wizard to assist with making queries to the AerisWeather API. Today we are releasing the newest member of our wizard family: The AerisWeather Mapping Wizard. This new wizard provides a step-by-step guide to help you build custom weather maps in multiple forms. As you journey through each step, the wizard builds a code snippet behind the scenes using information from what the user has selected. In the final step, the user will be provided with a custom code snippet that can be used in their own applications. We know that not everyone is a...

August 28

Hurricane API now Available in the AerisWeather API

Tropical season has started off busy, at least in the Pacific basin, with Category 4 Hurricane Hector, Category 5 Hurricane Lane, and Super Typhoon Maria. The peak of the Atlantic and East Pacific tropical seasons are only a couple weeks away, so we are excited to announce the release of tropical cyclone support within the AerisWeather API.   The new tropical cyclone endpoints create a great hurricane API that includes global tropical cyclone information within both the AerisWeather API and our AerisWeather Mapping Platform (AMP). This blog will be part of a series of entries discussing hurricanes, typhoons, tropical storms and...

April 17

Better Weather Maps as AerisWeather Maps Continues to Grow

Over the past year, we have continued to expand and improve the AerisWeather Maps by adding many new features, capabilities, visualization tools, and new weather layers. Recently we’ve pushed out several updates that have added and improved on over 25 weather layers. There have also been additional updates to our Map Builder, Maps Visualizer, and Legend Builder tools.  These new layers and features allow you to create unique weather maps and visualizations for your websites, visual displays, and mobile applications. Making Weather Maps Global Our AerisWeather API has always been a global API, providing worldwide observations, forecasts and more.  Our focus in 2017 is to make our Maps service...