DUBAI, May 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
ArabiaWeather Inc., the leading provider of weather products, services and solutions to consumers and businesses in the Middle East and North Africa, announced joining the Royal Meteorological Society in UK that promotes academic and public engagement in weather and climate science as Corporate Member.
With this membership, ArabiaWeather became the first of its kind in the MENA region that joined the Royal Meteorological Society, as it is one of the most advanced companies in weather forecasts and remote sensing systems.
Moreover, the ArabiaWeather runs the largest network of automatic weather stations in the region and has offices in Amman, Riyadh and Dubai, staffed with more than 50 region's leading Meteorologists, weather experts, as well as talented R&D specialists.
The Royal Meteorological Society in UK, established in 1850, promotes meteorology as a science, profession and interest. In addition, it aims to foster academic and public engagement in weather and climate science.
The Society serves those in academia and professional meteorologists and whose work was affected in some way or other by the weather or climate, or simply have a general interest in the weather. The membership includes scientists, practitioners and a broad range of weather enthusiasts. Furthermore, the quarterly journal of the Royal Meteorological Society is one of the world's leading sources of original research in the atmospheric sciences.
This announcement comes after a series of successes for ArabiaWeather, which recently joined The Association of Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry (HMEI).
Based in Amman Jordan, ArabiaWeather automatic weather stations network is the largest in the MENA region, equipped with the most advanced devices and technologies in the world dedicated for meteorology.
Providing more than 35 million users across the Middle East with timely, accurate and localized weather information, ArabiaWeather serves also businesses across the region, including sectors that are enormously affected by weather conditions, such as media, airline, oil/gas, agriculture, insurance, and retail, among others.
While the company is working to raise awareness about weather and its conditions to increase national production, ArabiaWeather helps other entities to reduce costs, enhance safety and drive operational efficiency in weather sensitive industries by its decision support solutions
SOURCE ArabiaWeather Inc.