Smart Weather Solutions
Monitor any weather conditions using high quality rugged sensors.
Due to our geographical location as an island nation, weather conditions in New Zealand, particularly in coastal and alpine areas can be harsh environments for the accurate monitoring of weather. High winds, corrosive salt air, snow and the strength of our summer sun can wreak havoc on remote weather stations and monitoring sensors. Many of our primary industries such as agriculture (dairy, meat and wool), Forestry, horticulture (including viticulture) and seafood (including aquaculture and fishing) rely heavily on accurate weather reporting to maximise yields and profitability.
The ability to monitor weather conditions accurately in real time plays a crucial role in decision making across these industries. Weather variables such as wind speed and direction, air temperature, humidity and rainfall may all be important factors in determining the course of a wide range of events. In addition to primary industry, there are a wide range of other economic, environmental, civil protection and tourism activities that require accurate weather monitoring to improve efficiencies and reduce environmental impact, examples of these are: