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Capture even the sharpest variations in temperature thanks to the instantaneous response of the MeteoTracker sensor. Does your car thermometer read 35°C under the sun, even when the external temperature is 25°C? MeteoTracker provides the correct temperature reading.
Record and visualise all of your data sessions in real-time. If you are offline, the data session will be saved to your smartphone, ready to be uploaded as soon as a data connection is available.
Attach the multi-sensor to the rooftop of your car in an instant and launch a session through the MeteoTracker app with a single click.
The data archive of your sessions will always be available via your smartphone and our web-platform, with unlimited storage.
Meet MeteoTracker, the portable weather station created by meteorology enthusiasts, for meteorology enthusiasts.
Explore our maps and discover the weather data of meteorologically unknown areas. With MeteoTracker you, too, can participate in the collection of extreme data.
By purchasing the MeteoTracker multi-sensor you can use the app for free, plus a premium account that provides access to your personal data archive, and the global database with public data collected by other members of the community. Visualisation on interrelated maps and graphical representations provides an in-depth analysis of the data collected.
You have access to all data collected by your MeteoTracker multi-sensor and by the members of the community.
You can find the complete list of collected data and the information regarding its accuracy on the “MeteoTracker System” page.
No, MeteoTracker does not have this problem. Our multi-sensor implements a (patented) system that is able to correct the error caused by solar radiation. In fact, it is equipped with two temperature sensors that, by means of a differential approach, are able to remove that part of the reading that is caused by the heating of the product through sun exposure, the so-called “solar radiation error”.