Weather That Kicks Your Apps
Weather apps only go so far. Praedictix relies on the human factor, expert meteorologists, to interpret weather for specific industries, tailoring a personalized weather narrative that adds value, saves time, saves money, and save lives.
Our meteorologists are tracking the latest big weather stories across the country from hurricanes and wildfires to flooding and severe storms. Praedictix produces national, regional, and local weather videos that are entirely customizable. Our weather forecasts are available for any location in the United States and even the world.
When you need to prove that extreme weather triggered damage, turn to our team of forensic meteorologists. From cutting edge databases to effective storytelling, our experts connect the dots and get consistent results.
Extreme weather is a symptom of a warming planet. Multimedia briefings for major upcoming weather events ensure you’ll get facility-specific alerts in time to lower risk to your personnel, and your daily operations.
Access to the world’s leading climate scientists and latest research allows us to tailor future weather trends for your specific business use cases. It’s all about leveraging the latest science to accurately set expectations.
“Praedictix is a long-term partner for us. They provide us an affordable turn-key video and graphics products that have saved us time, money and development efforts. Their post-sales support has been top notch. They provide a quick response and are always willing to go the extra mile to keep us a happy partner.”
“When Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria struck in 2017, Paul Douglas and the briefings from the Praedictix weather team were there to help Wells Fargo understand complex and fast-moving threats, make timely decisions, and most importantly, keep team members and customers safe.”
“Life Time has partnered with Praedictix for over 5 years to support our needs with weather monitoring to ensure we can continue operations despite adverse weather conditions. Praedictix provides that expertise, not only on demand, but with accuracy far beyond your standard meteorology tools and television weather ‘personalities’.”