New Azure Maps Weather Services
News|29 October 2019
Microsoft has announced the preview availability of a new set of Azure Maps Weather Services. In addition, Microsoft has announced a new partnership between Azure Maps and AccuWeather – the leading weather service provider, recognised and documented as the most accurate source of weather forecasts and warnings in the world. Azure Maps Weather Services adds a new layer of real-time, location-aware information to the portfolio of native Azure geospatial services.
With Weather Services, customers can integrate dynamic, real-time weather data and visualisations into their applications. There are currently seven capabilities within the Azure Maps Weather Services, including Weather Tile API, Current Conditions, Minute Forecast, Quarter-Day Forecast, Weather Along Route.
These new Services are available to all Azure customers. For more information, contact our team of mapping specialists who can help you get started with Azure and Azure Maps.
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Visit GitHub for Azure Maps code samples
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