Precision meteorology for productive agriculture.

Since 2015 Weather Measures has been putting its expertise in precision meteorology at the service of human activity. This vocation makes particular sense in the agricultural sector. Indeed, as crops are subject to strong weather sensitivity, farmers must anticipate climatic hazards. It is to facilitate this approach that we accompany you, farmers, with a service of study, advice and service specifically adapted to your needs.

Optimize Production

Act at the most opportune moments with regard to the local climate.

Reduces spend

Adjust the irrigation of your crops, choose the best time for inputs, fertilizers.

Identify areas

Depending on the farm, identify areas conducive to the development of diseases.

Weather concentrate

Weather Measures has created the Weather Concentrate for you, a unique concentrate of innovation and multi-source weather data. It provides you with reliable weather data, homogenized data, and real added value on your weather investments.


Includes remote sensing data such as satellites, weather radars, weather data from Météo France as well as numerical data.


Data processed with an accuracy per km² and up to 4 ha of surface area depending on the zones, as well as data supply to the plot or the scale of a territory.


ETP, radiation, temperature, wind, humidity and precipitation on any plot of your territory. Supply of a daily file with the hourly data of D-1 on all parameters.


Spatialized and cross-comparison data, thanks to monitoring and quality control tools that allow validation of the data provided.

Our clients in Agriculture

From its agricultural co-operative on the Limagne plain, Limagrain is the 4th largest seeds company in the world and expert in cereal chains. Limagrain is a historical partner of Weather Measures, with whom the cooperation has been enriched over the years, from the maintenance of sensor networks, the implementation of radar infrastructures to the supply of spatialized meteorological data and the carrying out of joint research work.

The LIMAGRAIN Cooperative helps its farmers on a daily basis by developing offers of advice adapted to plant production. Weather measures is at our side by providing us with the necessary meteorological data and by bringing us its indispensable expertise in our profession and that of our farmers.

Michel PREVOST – Director of Innovation and Agronomic Development - Cooperative LIMAGRAIN

As it presents itself, Cristal Union is an agro-industrial cooperative group among the leading European producers of sugar and alcohol. Mainly established in France, although it achieves a significant proportion of its sales abroad, its organisation and operations are based on the cooperative model. Its strategy is a long-term one. It combines a keen sense of responsible economy, a local anchoring of the industrial tool and an ambitious research and development policy. It is therefore quite natural that Weather Measures and Cristal Union have been working together for several years to provide a pragmatic solution to beet growers around the cercosporiose disease, triggered by humidity and temperature parameters.

Euralis is based in the South West of France, its historic birthplace, and also has an international presence, supporting agricultural and food industry professionals by working in two complementary sectors of activity; agriculture and agri-food. Weather Measures provides meteorological data throughout Euralis' territory and cooperates on innovative service projects involving meteorological data.

Weather Measures has a strong partnership approach with a willingness to use its meteorological experience and its dematerialized solutions for uses that directly meet the needs of their customers. We have also been extremely sensitive to their willingness to work in full and open interoperability with our other software solutions and to focus on the quality and accuracy of their data.

Julien SALUDAS – R&D and Innovation Manager – EURALIS CEREALES

We no longer present the Hennessy house which is currently the largest producer and exporter of Cognac in the world. Weather Measures first intervened with Hennessy as an expert consultant in meteorology and is actively working to provide meteorological information on the scale of the Cognac area and thus support the activity of the area's winegrowers on a daily basis by combining data from local weather station networks and spatialized data.

We appreciate the reactivity of the teams as well as their ability to adapt the approach of the weather data according to the different interlocutors (winegrowers, researchers, engineers).

Mathilde BOISSEAU – Head of Viticultural Operations – HENNESSY

Les Grands Chais de France Group (LGCF), a family business, was founded in 1979 by Joseph Helfrich. As a privileged partner of winegrowers in the major regions of France, winegrower-breeder at the head of more than 3,000 hectares of vines, the GCF Group has become, in the space of a generation, a major player in Alsace, the Jura, the Diois, the Languedoc, the Bordeaux region, the Loire Valley, Burgundy and, more recently, in Provence. Today he is the leading private winemaker in France. Weather Measures is involved in several cross-cutting missions at the level of GCF domains by combining data from connected sensors combined with Weather Measures' spatialized data.

Weather Measures' expertise has enabled us to implement frost control solutions and to feed disease monitoring models to optimize our management. We are currently in the process of extending this partnership to our partner wine producers so that they can also benefit from these solutions and expertise essential to our industry.

Matthieu GRASSIN – Property and Vineyards Manager – Les Grands Chais de France