Predicting weather impact using cloud-based machine learning

Kelvion New Plate Heat Exchanger


Nearly two billion people worldwide rely on AccuWeather forecasts to help them plan their day, protect their assets, and stay safe. AccuWeather has been analyzing and predicting the weather for more than 55 years.

Today, it uses Microsoft Azure Machine Learning services to create custom weather-impact predictions for business customers and transform its own business faster. The company’s D3 Data-Driven Decisions service provides automated weather analytics to businesses eager to outwit Mother Nature.

View the full video and read the customer story: https://customers.microsoft.com/doclink/accuweather-partner-professional-services-azure


Duration: 2:30
Publisher: Microsoft Cloud Platform
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