Business partners

At meteoblue, we maintain a special relationship with some of our clients by collaborating on a deeper level. In these instances, meteoblue does not simply provide our business solutions - we co-develop new technologies, products, or markets together with these companies. Our partners’ profound understanding of the market, and our weather expertise enable us to cooperate in finding ideal solutions for complex problems.

Siemens Germany

Siemens is a technology company focused on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare. From more resource-efficient factories, resilient supply chains, and smarter buildings and grids, to cleaner and more comfortable transportation as well as advanced healthcare, Siemens creates technology with purpose adding real value for customers. By combining the real and the digital worlds, this empowers Siemens customers to transform their industries and markets, helping them to transform the everyday for billions of people.

Syngenta Crop Protection

Syngenta is a leading science-based agtech company, helping millions of farmers around the world to grow safe and nutritious food, while taking care of the planet. 30,000 employees in more than 90 countries are working to transform how crops are grown and protected. The products and services help farmers to face the challenges of today’s changing world. Farmers must adapt to the effects of climate change, improve the soil and enhance biodiversity, and respond to society’s views on food and agricultural technology.


Solar-Log has been designing infrastructure for living spaces with a future, since 2007. Having started with PV system inverters, Solar-Log today enables companies worldwide to efficiently and profitably manage the energy of their photovoltaic systems with reliable monitoring, and high-quality "Made in Germany" products.

Pessl Instruments

Since 1984, Pessl Instruments has been offering tools for informed decision-making. A complete range of wireless, solar-powered monitoring systems under the METOS® brand, and the online platform FieldClimate are applicable in all climate zones, and can be used in various industries and for various purposes – from agriculture to research, hydrology, meteorology, flood warning, and more.


VitiMeteo – as its name suggests – is a prognostic system for crop protection in viticulture. The VitiMeteo platform offers forecast models, weather data and monitoring for viticulture, based on weather measurements in vineyards, on weather forecasts and observations of the vines.


CLAAS is one of the world's leading manufacturers of agricultural engineering equipment. The company, with corporate headquarters in Germany, is the European market leader in combined harvesters. In addition, CLAAS is the market leader in another large product group, self-propelled forage harvesters. CLAAS is also a top performer in worldwide agricultural engineering with tractors, agricultural balers, and green harvesting machinery. The CLAAS product portfolio also includes state-of-the-art farming information technology.


The WaterApps consortium brings together a diverse range of organisations, including universities, businesses partners from the private sector, public authorities, and local institutions in Ghana and Bangladesh. The program is funded by Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and is coordinated by the Water Systems and Global Change group Wageningen University.


The Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) aims to develop a vast network of weather stations across Africa. Current and historic weather data is important for agricultural, climate monitoring, and many hydro-meteorological applications.


For 15 years now, sustainable has been supporting companies on their way to a more sustainable economy. More than 80 experts support companies of various sizes and sectors in their transformation towards a more sustainable way of doing business.


Established in 2007, MarineTraffic has become the world's leading provider of ship tracking and maritime intelligence. Recently acquired by global trade analytics platform Kpler, as part of a deal that also included FleetMon, MarineTraffic is now looking to expand its already impressive AIS network and improve its vessel tracking offering.

Air Navigation

Swiss-based Air Navigation, founded by CEO Johann Huguenin, has developed the widely-used Air Navigation Pro app, featuring an extensive aeronautical database and SmartChart technology for over 350,000 pilots worldwide (as of 2023). In a quest for continuous improvement, the company partnered with meteoblue, integrating top-precision weather data into the app. This collaboration provides aviators with critical weather variables, enhancing flight decisions and increasing safety and efficiency. The partnership with meteoblue solidifies Air Navigation Pro's position as a leader in the aviation industry.