Who we work with
Our work goes far beyond every day weather forecasts. We partner with organisations all around the world to deliver fundamental projects and help overseas countries adapt to the effects of weather and climate change. These range from building state-of-the-art radars to detecting and managing climate hazards which could seriously harm communities.
Some of our many partners include the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), The Nile Forecasting Centre, Caribbean Meteorological Organisation, Vietnam’s Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment (IMHEN) and Met Service Singapore. In the UK, we work closely with a range of organisations such as Defra, Environment Agency and The Science Museum, as well as a number of academic and research outlets. We even provide forecasting services for prestigious sporting events, such as Wimbledon
Right now, we’re working on the most significant environmental project to come out of Europe in the last 20 years. GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) is a joint initiative with European Commission and European Space Agency to integrate in-situ satellite data and produce better, more accessible services for environment and civil security. The areas we’re working on include atmospheric composition, emergency response, marine forecasting and land monitoring.