Weather Station Software

  • WeatherMation LIVE

    Environdata’s ‘WeatherMation LIVE’ service takes all the headache out of managing your weather data collection, storage and distribution. We collect the weather data from all of your weather stations and host it on our secure servers. Your users then access the data via a secure login via any Internet browser. With data updates as frequent as every minute, and the ability to alert your users to your nominated weather conditions by SMS or Email, WeatherMation is the best way to put your weather information in front of your staff, when, where and how they need it.

    WeatherMation LIVE is ideal when you have multiple users, multiple weather stations, or simply need live data from your Weather Station or alerts based on your weather conditions.

  • WeatherMation Self Hosted

    For users who want to set-up and manage WeatherMation within your own IT Environment, Environdata has made the WeatherMation software available as an installable package. This provides a management console for you to schedule downloads of your weather data, manage your users and set-up alerts and notifications.

    The self hosted version of WeatherMation is ideal when you need the benefits of the WeatherMation package but want to keep your solution in-house.

  • EasiAccess Software

    EasiAccess software is an easy to use tool for managing, downloading, and viewing the weather data from your weather station directly from your PC.

    Manage one or many weather stations. Manage collected data easily with import and export functions. View your collected weather data in tabular or graphical form or both. EasiAccess is a comprehensive Weather Station Management software package, that is ideal for users who need to collect weather data for reporting and analysis.

  • AirData Vector Analysis Firmware (AD40)

    Recording a constant wind speed and direction can be done accurately by almost any data logging system. However, accurate recording while the wind is varying in speed or direction, or both, within the reporting period of the system, is far more difficult. It can also be vital, in cases of airborne pollution.

    As an example, using the standard scalar values, half a minute of wind from the East and half a minute from the North would be reported as a wind direction of North-East. However, if the Easterly wind blows at a speed of 10 knots, the effect of Northerly gusts at 30 knots would be to blow airborne particles more North than East.

    Environdata’s AirData firmware resolves the difficulty of accurate measurement by vector analysis, or calculating the net effect of wind speed and direction. The AirData firmware also records peak wind gust and in conjunction with the ST30 Sigma Theta firmware, can also determine particle dispersion.