|Weather Fact:||A lightning bolt travels at about 14,000mph and brings 300,000 volts of electricity to the ground.|
ClimeMET provide specialist weather monitoring and reporting systems to some of the UK's leading Schools, Colleges and Universities. Our growing network of users means that we have the most advanced and comprehensive Schools Weather Network in the UK.
We're passionate about the weather, and passionate about education. The ClimeMET Learning Suite has been developed in consultation with some inspired teaching professionals and knowledgeable meteorologists to provide a central resource for learning about the weather.
ClimeMET is part of the Skyview Group, which was established over 20 years ago by our MD, Nic Hart. A lifelong weather enthusiast, Nic made it his mission to provide innovative, intelligent, accurate and reliable weather monitoring solutions to Commercial and Industrial clients.
The company has grown and developed significantly over the years, and Skyview now work with customers all over the UK to providing bespoke, tailored monitoring solutions and have an established presence in a number of specialist markets.
Here at ClimeMET, we get super excited about weather, and we want to share that excitement with the next generation of budding meteorologists. Our aim is to inspire students to learn about the weather, and bring the most advanced, innovative and comprehensive resources directly into the classroom. To learn more about the ClimeMET Learning Suite, and take a virtual tour, follow this link.
We understand that every customer has a distinctive set of challenges, and our dedicated team work in collaboration with you to provision a system which meets your needs. We try hard to deliver exceptional customer service, and are constantly exploring ways to improve the way we work, increase our knowledge and share our experience with customers.
We’re really proud of the work we’ve done, and would like to share our success stories with you.
Learn more about how ClimeMET are working with learning centres across the country to bring a world of weather into the classroom.
Follow this link to Case Studies