SkyMotion: New App Introduces Accuracy to Weather Reporting
MONTREAL, Oct. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Introducing accuracy and
reliability to weather forecast reporting, Sky Motion Research Inc. has
now released its SkyMotion app for Android devices, as well as an
improved version for iPhones. The application, which launched in
mid-August, predicts with high efficiency when precipitation will
start, its intensity, and precisely when it will end.
Using self-developed technology rather than traditional meteorological
models to properly track precipitation; it achieves maximum accuracy by
focusing on a short time span and the user’s precise location. Reading
the intensity of rain or snow in the next two hours, it generates an
easy to read, minute by minute forecast.
Unique in its field, SkyMotion is free and provides full coverage
throughout North America. The app can now be used year-round as it
tracks all types of precipitation such as rain, snow, freezing rain,
ice pellets, and hail during all four seasons.
With more than four decades of experience in software development, Sky
Motion Research Inc. CEO, Maxime Julien, and Founder and CTO, AndrÃ©
Leblanc, sought to re-invent weather forecasting: “We’ve broken new
ground today by becoming accessible to everyone in North America.” says
Julien. “When it comes to weather, everyone settles for probability.
Sky Motion Research has worked relentlessly to deliver something truly
accurate and trustworthy. Our app helps people with their day-to-day
activities and enhances their lives in ways that weren’t possible
Start using Sky Motion today: http://www.skymotion.com
About Sky Motion Research Inc.
Founded by current CTO AndrÃ© Leblanc in 2008, Sky Motion Research Inc.
is a pioneer in developing highly accurate weather forecasting
SkyMotion provides users with accurate precipitation forecasts in North
America. Using proprietary technology, its high-resolution grid
(approx. ½ mile) and up-to-the-minute updates are key to its accuracy.
The app is free for all Android and iOS devices; a free Desktop version
is equally available online.
SOURCE Sky Motion Research