Overview

Precision meteorology

High-resolution data delivery service

Weather Measures focuses on meteorology and precision rainfall. Accurate weather information is now essential for the agricultural sector and all economic players (industry, energy, insurance, etc.).

  • Precipitation
  • Wind
  • Humidity
  • Temperature
  • Radiation
  • PET (Potential evapotranspiration)

A strong conviction

Weather Measures was created in 2015 to meet an unmet need in the meteorology market: the optimization of a sensitive meteorological activity thanks to the implementation of precision meteorology on a spatio-temporal scale.

Weather Measures offers a turnkey high-resolution, spatialized data delivery service to all its targets and customers, and values weather data through the control of the entire value chain.

Our expertise

 

Advising our customers on their meteorological issue Assembling durable installations
Recommend the best global solution based on available weather data sources and the weather sensitivity of your activity. Implement custom-made sensors and sensor networks in the field (weather stations, radars) and maintain installations.

 

Innovating for meteorological expertise Valuing meteorological data on a fine-scale
Since its inception, Weather Measures has continuously developed its skills and
expertise and has its know-how, by proposing new products based on the latest technologies, such as digital technologies and data sciences..
Integrate, reprocess and valorize data via our WM Studio platform, which uses different data sources to add value at one POI and in one place.

Weather Measures fits the weather-sensitivity of its customers, focuses on the added value of meteorological data in their business and provides the best meteorological data on a spatio-temporal scale.


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The team

Weather Measures is a history of weather and technical expertise. It is also and above all a human adventure carried by two managers: Emmanuel Buisson, President, and Arnault Trac, Marketing and Sales Manager; as well as by shareholders involved, such as Pierre Béal, FCPR JEREMIE INNOVATION, and SOFIMAC Partners, venture capital. The team is composed of specialists with complementary and multidisciplinary technical skills.

Emmanuel BUISSON
D. in Atmospheric Physics from the Blaise Pascal University, Emmanuel is in charge of technical expertise in meteorology and high-resolution radar technologies. His main areas of intervention within the company are project management, collaborative project management and innovation financing. He participated in the creation of the E2IA cluster of excellence, of which he was president from its creation until 2012. At the national level, he was administrator and treasurer of the PEXE, an association of French eco-companies, for three years.

« I’m fortunate to work in a field that I’m passionate about: weather. Working with a strong innovation component, a wide variety of projects, including instrumentation, is even better! This allows us to draw new perspectives on new topics on a daily basis.”

Arnault TRAC

Graduated from EM Grenoble, Arnault has worked in large groups for nearly 15 years in purchasing, sales and digital marketing, then managed a leading SME in France in digital marketing. He co-founded Weather Measures in 2015.

« Entrepreneurship is an exciting human and professional adventure. I am proud of the precision meteorological project that we carry out for the market and our customers. Our field of activity is undergoing a strong transformation, dynamic and innovative. It reminds me in some ways of the very early days of the web in the late 1990s. The possibilities are huge, the social and societal impact determining.”

Damien

Computer design engineer
Damien graduated from a Master’s degree in computer science specializing in imaging and with several years of teaching and R&D at the university, Damien joined the Weather Measures team in March 2016. He is responsible for modeling complex systems, setting up warning platforms and meteorological monitoring. His areas of expertise are algorithms and image processing. He is also a scientific and technical correspondent for the collaboration with INRIA.

« The team is dynamic, the project is motivating and interesting: we work with special and unusual technologies, we process rare and diverse data with the aim of converging results. »

Julien
Julien holds a BTS degree in Computer Services for organizations and a professional degree in Intranet Internet Applications Development. He is a software development engineer at Weather Measures, where he is responsible for the architecture and development of weather data processing software, as well as the design and management of data storage solutions.

« Passionate about computers since I was a teenager, I bring all my experience through the work I do in the Weather Measures team.”

Tatiana
Holder of a Master 2 Pro (M2) in Environmental Science – Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse III), Tatiana is a data analysis engineer and research fellow at Weather Measures.
Tatiana started her career as a research engineer at the CNRS in Villefranche-Sur-Mer in 2011 on the processing and analysis of satellite data in situ. Tatiana joined the Weather Measures team in early 2017 with a solid background in meteorology and data science.

« I love science and environmental issues, that’s why I went into these professions. Observing the world and trying to understand it seems to me to be very important. I want to make scientific results understandable to a wide range of audiences.”

Arnaud

Engineering and maintenance engineer
Arnaud is a graduate of the Clermont Ferrant Institute of Technology and has acquired technical and analytical skills during his many years of experience in Cameroon, Italy and France. He joined Weather Measures in June 2015. Since then he has been in charge of instrumentation at Weather Measures, installation and maintenance of the two x-band radar networks. He is also responsible for the design, implementation and monitoring of Weather Measures weather stations.

« The desire to progress, to evolve on installations and technologies with a high technical requirement are the challenges that allowed the installation of France’s largest X-band radar network “.

Laurence

Laurence holds a master’s degree in accounting and has worked for over 10 years in the associative sector on cross-functional accounting, legal and social management functions. This experience enabled her to join another start-up in Auvergne in 2007. In 2015, she accompanied the creation of Weather Measures.

« Executive assistant at Weather Measures, it’s about taking advantage of the diversity of “administrative” jobs in a start-up and the certainty of living every day, a different working day.
It is the pleasure of sharing the life of a small, cohesive, motivated and dynamic team that wishes to offer the best to its customers and to be in a constant process of innovation. »


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Partners

Weather Measures has established partnerships with internationally recognized weather equipment specialists and manufacturers, as well as with university research laboratories and clusters.

Technical partners: Numtech, Eldes, Alliance Technologies, Campbell Scientific
Scientific Partners: Lamp, Inria
Sectoral partners (clusters)

Numtech is a company specializing in modelling atmospheric phenomena, in particular air quality and meteorology.
For more than 10 years, NUMTECH has been developing an operational high-resolution weather forecasting system for France and Europe and provides its customers (refining and petrochemicals, waste, agriculture) with daily data 24/7.
Eldes produces weather radars and radar simulation systems, as well as software for remote control and radar maintenance.
Since 2011, Weather Measures has been working with ELDES to test high-resolution rainfall radars. The WM Studio software platform was developed by Weather Measures to exploit the data from the radar and an exclusive distribution contract was signed to enable Weather Measures to market the ELDES range of radars.
Campbell Scientific’s automatic weather stations have become a world reference for the study of boundary layer climate and meteorology. They are an integral part of system forecasting and monitoring around the world. National research institute dedicated to digital technology, its researchers are meeting the challenges of computer science and mathematics. For Weather Measures, it is a privileged research partner, as is the Pierre-et-Marie Curie University.
Céréales Vallées is a cluster in the field of grains research. It is the result of a partnership between INRA and Limagrain, in the field of agronomic research for grains. The Laboratory of Physical Meteorology is a joint laboratory CNRS / Blaise Pascal University. The LaMP is an important technical and scientific partner in continuing to work on improving the quality of high-resolution rainfall data.
Alliance Technologies is a distributor of weather and industrial measurement sensors and systems. The company is also the French partner of European suppliers renowned for the quality of their equipment and know-how. VEGEPOLYS is a cluster gathering companies, research and training centres around innovative projects to strengthen the competitiveness of companies in the field of plants. Its concentration of companies, laboratories and schools is unique in Europe
E2IA brings together all the regional players in the eco-company sector (SMEs, SMIs, research laboratories, institutional players) in order to: generate activities between its members, create complementarities, respond to joint projects and promote the sector.
This cluster develops innovative solutions to target environmental performance.
Born from the merger of the Pégase and Risques divisions, SAFE is the only cluster positioned in the field of global security in France.
Collectively, it designs and builds innovative solutions for the benefit of the population and the environment for missions of surveillance, safeguarding, protection by means of aerial vectors such as UAVs, satellites, airships, helicopters.
This digital valley of plants faces major challenges such as the competitiveness and sustainability of farms through digital technologies, enabling a global and coherent approach to provide innovative solutions for all sectors.
Digital technologies are expected to play a central role in meeting the challenges of the plant industry.
The mission of this cluster of sustainable agro-technologies is to favour innovation in companies in order to gain competitiveness, by federating companies, and research and training organizations around a project of Research & Development,.
The cluster supports companies to promote the products resulting from this research, with a view to economic development

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