MeteoTracker Scientific Research
Environmental data collection with high spatial resolution represents the essence of much scientific research aimed at studying the areas in which we live.
Among the data collected, meteorological data stands out.
In various contexts, its variability across extended areas is such that the data from ordinary fixed station networks is not capable of providing the necessary information that only systems able to acquire data with a spatial resolution of just a few metres can offer.
Thanks to its speed, its ease of use and the accuracy of its measurements, MeteoTracker represents the ideal solution for scientific projects. Especially when a massive, systematic, and spatially continuous collection of meteorological data is required. It has a special propensity for Citizen Science, where citizens take an active role in collecting environmental data in the area in which they live.



With MeteoTracker, carrying out accurate thermo-hygrometric scans with a resolution of just a few metres is straightforward.

Data collection is fully automated, and its ease of use makes our device the ideal solution for Citizen Science projects aimed at the study of urban microclimates and nano-climates.

The higher measurement speed means rapid thermal variations that are often encountered in urban areas, even over very short distances, can be captured with precision, allowing us to create very accurate datasets.


Air pollution is closely linked to the micro-meteorological parameters that are present in any given area. For example, the greater the thermal inversion, the greater the concentration of pollutants.

Therefore, a mobile network for acquiring meteorological data with high spatial resolution, capable of mapping the thermo-hygrometric profile to a level of detail of just a few metres, in an urban or industrial context, is an important asset for planning actions to combat and reduce air pollution.

MeteoTracker offers a solution that enables this in a quick and accurate way, at a competitive cost.


Temperature, humidity, pressure, solar radiation intensity

These are parameters that determine the thermal comfort of any given geographic area. They can be acquired in a spatially continuous way using MeteoTracker, to provide a detailed characterisation of the area.

In this way, it is possible to prepare thermal comfort maps in real-time, which can be used by the public.


The microclimate and nano-climate in humid, coastal areas, forests or mountain valleys and other eco-sensitive zones is often at the centre of scientific research studies. Knowledge of this is increasingly important in the light of the rapid climate change we are experiencing.

With MeteoTracker, the automatic and spatially continuous acquisition of meteorological data would enable you to create extremely detailed thermo-hygrometric maps of the areas being studied.



MeteoTracker is a vital instrument for scientific expeditions and environmental study projects that often take researchers into extreme environments.

Thanks to the patented RECS system, its temperature measurements are always accurate, even in conditions of strong solar radiation and at low speed. 

Atmospheric pressure and dew point help to predict weather patterns

Knowledge of the thermal comfort index over time can prevent long exposure to conditions that are dangerous to the body.

The long battery life and the functionality of the data-logger enable autonomous data acquisition for approximately 30-40 days.



The data assimilation phase is vital to the quality of a weather forecast.

In modelling on a local- or hyperlocal-scale, the availability of weather observations with sufficient spatial resolution to be used as input for models is of fundamental importance.

Sectors such as civil protection, urban micrometeorology, agritourism, road management are among those that can benefit considerably from accurate forecasts with high spatial resolution.

MeteoTracker enables the implementation of mobile systems to acquire accurate meteorological data with high spatial resolution

at a competitive cost and that are easy to install and use, capable of creating an unprecedented data assimilation network for numerical weather prediction models.


Thanks to its fast and simple usability, MeteoTracker is the ideal instrument for exploring the world of meteorology.
The collection of data while mobile and with high spatial resolution is an excellent starting point that primary, middle and high school teachers can use to approach topics related to the atmosphere, weather forecasting, careers in meteorology and climate change, to varying levels of detail.