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Jane's Weather

Every day, weather forecasts are calculated by several global weather models.

Traditional weather forecasts and apps show the solution from only one of these, so you either rely on that and hope for the best, or consult numerous sources to see the full picture. The second option involves spending time and effort comparing the different advice in your head.

People in all sectors of agriculture spend far too much time and effort consulting these different sources every day, trying to divine what is most likely. And they can only see what is publicly available, or spend thousands of dollars on incomplete overseas platforms. If Australians don’t make the effort or pay the expense, they end up relying on poor guidance which leads to costly mistakes.

Jane's Weather is bringing all these weather forecasts together into one platform. But we don’t stop there. We let you see the different outcomes side by side to easily determine what is most likely to occur. We blend this into one Consensus forecast giving you confidence in the data. We also set industry specific Alerts so Australians never miss information that is important to them.

Our data scientists have successfully blended three models to produce a Consensus, and we are seeking further funding to add the fourth model – the missing piece of the puzzle.

Four times higher accuracy than traditional apps, available 11 to 34 hours ahead of BoM. Specific information letting farmers and those impacted by the weather make decisions, with Alerts so they never miss an opportunity and minimise risk.


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