Global Leader in Meteorology Products and Services
As the number of extreme weather events continue to rise, the reliable and early recognition of severe weather is crucial. With a reputation for excellence and innovation in the field of severe weather warnings, UBIMET offers specialised solutions and highly accurate communications delivered directly by our expert meteorologists. Teamed with the largest and most advanced Lightning Detection System UBIMET's warnings assist with the minimisation of damage to property and ensure the safety of employees and customers.
Improving transport services with reliable weather forecasting products
Storms and flooding can lead to delays or closures of road systems and rail networks. UBIMET offers a high-resolution weather model, which was developed in-house specifically for companies working in transport and logistics.
Two world records in one day!
“I flew along the cliffs, at the mercy of wind, waves and the great whites below,” says Jonny. "The weather played a huge part in these world records. And thanks to UBIMET, who provided remote and onsite weather support services I was provided with the best possible and most accurate forecasts." - Jonny Durand
UBIMET – weather matters
UBIMET is one of the world’s leading private weather service providers.
Our partners and clients are provided with fully customised, highly precise and time-relevant forecasts and weather warnings.
Our Research & Development team works with international research institutions to continually refine weather models, improve forecast technology and expand our extensive product suite.
UBIMET is mindful of its responsibility to stakeholders. Weather dependent partners, infrastructure operators, government authorities and emergency services together with more than two million private customers are serviced by our expert team of Meteorologists who watch over the weather globally, around the clock, 365 days a year.
A look behind the scenes
What's new at UBIMET? Which companies and organizations have recently decided to use UBIMETs precise weather data? What projects has the research and development department just completed? What’s going on regarding the weather at the Formula 1 races? What are the topics for small talk among meteorologist? How do the offices in Vienna, Melbourne, New York, look like...?
These and other questions are now answered on our social media channels. A look behind the scenes - it's worth it!