The evolution of weather forecasting methodologies

By |September 15th, 2013|

Early days
The art of weather forecasting began with early civilizations using reoccurring astronomical and meteorological events to help monitor seasonal changes in the weather. Around 650 B.C., the Babylonians tried to predict short-term weather changes based on the appearance of clouds and optical phenomena such as haloes. By 300 B.C., Chinese astronomers had developed a […]

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Meteo-Logic Raises $3 Million From Horizons Ventures

By |September 3rd, 2013|

Tel Aviv, Israel, September 3rd, 2013.  Israeli startup Meteo-Logic today announced that it has completed its first round of funding with a 3 Million dollar investment from Horizons Ventures.

Meteo-Logic is revolutionizing weather forecasting by introducing big data analysis engine based on superb algorithm that processes data bases of meteorological information with records of actual on-ground historic […]

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New testing yields excellent results for the Meteo-Logic’s forecast method

By |August 12th, 2012|

Dr. Baruch Ziv, who has some four decades of experience researching weather systems in the Mediterranean region, recently conducted a comprehensive study to examine the performance of Meteo-Logic’s weather forecasting system. His conclusion is that Meteo-Logic’s system provides the highest possible degree of accuracy in forecasting for specific spots, even when compared to other advanced […]

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Meteo-Logic unveils special weather forecasting service for wind farms

By |June 21st, 2012|

Meteo-Logic has launched a new service specifically designed to provide the wind farm energy industry with highly accurate localized weather forecasts.

Meteo-Logic’s technology is already used in wind farms to obtain accurate short-term forecasting of wind power and provide accurate data regarding power production. This is done to meet the service-level agreement (SLA) with the relevant […]

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