Probabilistic Weather Forecast

Minimize disruptions to your business by knowing the uncertainties in your weather forecast

A global weather forecast that will quantify the risk of an event happening. By providing probabilities of different surface temperature and precipitation thresholds (such as the probability of freezing temperatures or the probability of over 25 mm of rain), you can make data-driven decisions to optimize asset utilization and operational efficiency.

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How will Spire’s Probabilistic Forecast optimize your decision-making?

Empowering decision makers

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Quantify the weather-related risks

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Analyze action costs vs. weather risks accurately

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Reduce your business risks

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Minimise financial losses due to weather

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Ensure safe, cost- optimised operations & downtime

Analyze action costs vs. weather risks

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Maximum insights, minimum frictions

Calculate the probability of weather thresholds that affect your business

You can customize the thresholds as per your individual, unique business requirements. Some examples include:

Temperature Probability

  • Probability of Temperature below -15 C
  • Probability of Temperature at or below 0
  • Probability of Temperature above 45 C

Precipitation Probability

  • Probability of precipitation of at least 5 mm
  • Probability of precipitation of at least 25 mm
  • Probability of precipitation of at least 50 mm
  • And others

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What our customers say

“Weather routing has the potential to drive greater efficiency and emissions reduction as open-ocean conditions greatly impact performance. Partnering with Spire Weather puts genuinely market leading data into the hands of more users allowing them to enhance vessel performance.”

Soren Meyer
CEO – Zeronorthx

“Spire was a game changer in our application, the weather data provided was easy to use and considerably increased the accuracy of Quiron’s algorithms. In Portugal, before Spire, Quiron used a combination of ground weather stations and other weather data sources. Using data from Spire, we improved the resolution and quality of the data in remote locations and it allowed for a 30% increase in accuracy of fire risk zoning.”

Diogo Machado
CMO – Quiron

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“We’re a specialist company that does remote sensing, so we know the value that satellite technology brings to the table. This is why we’re so happy Spire provides such data points using satellite technology as it covers the entire world without any gaps. Before, the level of accuracy was only 75% but now with Spire’s integration, it’s gone up to 95%.”

Rishikiesh Sapre
Co-founder – Mantle Labs

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