Zomato Launches Free Weather Monitoring Service with 650 Stations

Zomato unveils WeatherUnion.com, a free weather monitoring service with over 650 stations, providing real-time data on temperature, humidity, wind speed, and rainfall.

  • Zomato unveils WeatherUnion.com, a free weather monitoring service with over 650 stations, providing real-time data on temperature, humidity, wind speed, and rainfall.
  • Founder Deepinder Goyal highlights the service’s potential in unlocking weather-related use cases for enterprises and research institutes, with plans to expand its coverage to more cities.
  • Collaborating with the Center for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) at IIT Delhi, Zomato aims to extend the benefits of WeatherUnion.com to a wider audience, offering free access to weather data through an API.

Zomato introduces WeatherUnion.com, a new free weather monitoring service equipped with over 650 on-ground weather stations across India. This initiative, spearheaded by Founder Deepinder Goyal, aims to provide localised, real-time weather information on crucial parameters like temperature, humidity, wind speed, and rainfall.

The service is currently accessible in 45 major Indian cities, with plans for further expansion in the pipeline. Goyal emphasizes the potential of this data in unlocking various weather-related applications for businesses and research institutes. Collaborating with the Center for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) at IIT Delhi, Zomato hopes to extend the benefits of WeatherUnion.com to a broader audience, facilitating better decision-making processes based on accurate weather forecasts.

In a philanthropic gesture, Zomato has made access to this weather data free for all institutions and companies in India through an API. Goyal underscores the importance of real-time weather data in boosting productivity across various sectors of the Indian economy, emphasizing the public good nature of this initiative.