New at CES: BloomSky uses ‘hyperlocal’ reporting and the cloud to create your own smart weather station

In the Pacific Northwest, the weather modifications instantly. One second, it’s vibrant, sunny and completely acceptable to go outdoors and not using a hoodie. The following, you’re shivering your butt off in that annoying grey mist.

Subsequent week at CES, Silicon Valley startup BloomSky goes to demo its “new fashion of weather station, which uses digital cloud computing to deliver ‘hyperlocal’ weather reporting instantly to your smartphone.” The system additionally allows you to share your knowledge and pictures through your social networks.

The system consists of an out of doors module, which you put in in your yard or what have you ever, that measures six components in predicting weather: temperature, barometric stress, humidity, UV publicity, precipitation, and wind velocity and course. It additionally has an “ultra-wide angle HD digicam” to document the weather. It sends the updates to your smartphone, and you should use it to publish the modifications to your Fb and Twitter feeds.

It’s nonetheless in beta testing in San Francisco, however they’ll be at CES, too. Maybe you’ll by no means be caught and not using a hoodie once more?



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