RainWise Blog

  1. Weather Forecasting and My Outdoor Event

    This article originally appeared in North American Clean Energy magazine Sept/Oct 2018 10% chance of rain. Mother Nature, “Hold my drink.” Boom, there goes your outdoor event! We plan, we worry, we then watch the forecast for weeks and days prior to the big event. Forecasting weather is a science. There is truly only one thing you can’t Read more...
  2. RainwiseNet upgrade benefits growers. RainWise/EKO partnership offers PV industry a new level of precision

    RainWise Inc., an industry leader and pioneer in the technological development and manufacturing of professional weather instruments and software products based in Trenton, Maine USA has released an upgrade to their versatile weather app RainwiseNet. The Beta version will include new modeling features specific to the agriculture industry such as Read more...
  3. Faraday Future Uses RainWise PortLog Station to Monitor Test Track

    Faraday Future Uses RainWise PortLog Station to Monitor Test Track Faraday Future, an emerging electric car company based in Los Angelas, California, uses a RainWise PortLog weather station to monitor the weather conditions in their 0-60 MPH acceleration video. Weather conditions can obviously make a huge difference in car racing and everyday driving. This is why RainWise weather stations are used in a wide range Read more...
  4. RainWise, Inc. Attends Exclusive Sustainable Intensification Event in Brazil

    RainWise, Inc. Attends Exclusive Sustainable Intensification Event in Brazil RainWise, Inc. recently attended Sustainable Intensification 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This closed event was organized by Challenge Advisory of London, UK., and focused on planning the steps to meet Brazil’s ambitious goals for sustainable agriculture development by 2020. RainWise, in partnership with Weather Underground and alongside Read more...
  5. RainWise and Weather Underground provide comprehensive weather solutions for Brazilian agriculture summitt

    RainWise is a leading global manufacturer of reference-grade, innovative meteorological measurement and monitoring solutions for professional, industrial, consumer and custom applications. In business for over 41 years, RainWise is an industry pioneer with patents for the original tipping bucket rain gauge, the first digital weather station and the Read more...
  6. How to collect and analyze data from 100,000 weather stations

    Want to know what it's like to analyze massive amounts of data under pressure? Talk to Bryson Koehler, CIO of The Weather Company (which owns the Weather Channel), who must interpret data sets from around the world to predict something as volatile as the weather. If you want to understand what it takes to collect, track and analyze reams of data Read more...
  7. Community "Solar Garden" Powers Ontario Homes & Businesses

    A new analysis from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory finds that shared photovoltaic (PV) solar systems — also called community solar gardens — could account for one-third to one-half of all solar PV power in the United States by 2020.

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  8. High School gets Hands-on Learning with MK-lll

    The Cazenovia Board of Education last week accepted two donations of technology equipment worth more than $170,000 that will give Cazenovia High School technology students unique opportunities to construct and maintain both a weather station on the high school roof and an automated switch manufacturing work cell once used by Marquardt Switches. Read more...
  9. The PVmet is Now a Standard for Every SunEnergy1 Installation

    SunEnergy1, an engineering, procurement and construction company based in North Carolina, designs, builds and manages solar energy producing installations. With installations totaling tens of thousands of solar panels, SunEnergy1 has become one of our leading purchasers of the RainWise PVmet solar energy and environmental monitoring weather Read more...
  10. Sending Data from High Mountains of Kyrgyzstan

    Sending Data from High Mountains of Kyrgyzstan "Operating microwave repeaters in the high mountains of Kyrgyzstan is an interesting challenge. Winters get down to -40c with 160km/hr winds. Helicopters have great difficulties at 5000m altitude and professional alpinist teams take four days to climb to the stations. Knowing the weather conditions at the destination before we dispatch a team is a Read more...

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