MetDesk delivers bespoke solutions to weather sensitive industries.
Utilising market leading forecast techniques incorporating data from a range of the recognised global outlets, including ECMWF and the UK Met Office, we offer the most comprehensive range of application-specific forecast services available today.
We understand that one size does not fit all. Our range of unique market solutions, unrivalled speed of data delivery and completely flexible approach to working with each of our customers ensures that they stay one step ahead of the competition.
MetDesk offers the fastest, most creative and flexible range of weather services available to energy traders today.
Speed of data access for the latest global datasets and control over how relevant information is presented is absolutely essential for energy traders. MetDesk offers a range of unique services for energy traders worldwide providing a highly detailed yet customisable service. Whether you are a Meteorologist, Trader, Risk / Fund Manager we have the tools to provide you the edge. Key features include:
We are so confident that our customers enjoy access to the most comprehensive range of data, presented in the most flexible working environment, that we are very happy to offer a FREE service trial in order to see how we can help you. Simply contact us.
At MetDesk we understand that one size does not fit all. We work with each of our customers in order to deliver products and services which are built around individual requirements. Significantly, our experience and system architecture ensure not only unrivalled service resilience but also the fastest delivery of key datasets for a range of applications. If accuracy, service reliability and timely delivery are critical to your business we can provide you with the competitive edge.
So, what does this all mean for our customers? Well, we are able to concentrate our efforts on delivering relevant customer-specific services backed-up by expert meteorological and commercial support all day, every day.
Radar shows exactly where and how hard it is raining across the UK. Radar images in Home and Dry are at a 1 km resolution and at 5 minute intervals, which is the highest quality available in any app or on the internet. Use the observed radar and the forecast radar to understand exactly where the rain is, and where it is going relative to where you are. You should be able to see at what time it is either going to rain, or when it is going to stop raining.
Check the radar before you need to go out so you can either adjust your timings to avoid getting soaked, or use the radar to be prepared and take an umbrella or coat with you.
You can use Home and Dry for every trip outdoors, be it the school run, the commute to work, a walk in the park, watching football, going for a cycle, mowing the lawn, simply anything.
Sometimes you can avoid the rain, sometimes you can’t. But at least with Home and Dry you can know when it is going to rain and plan accordingly.
London Visitors is a monthly must-have for independent travellers to London who create their own tailor-made itinerary – an invaluable FREE guide to what to see and do, where to eat, and how to get there. We carry specially researched features, informed reviews, and extensive listings in categories such as Sightseeing, Theatre, Music and Dance, Museums, Dining, and Days Out – plus a monthly What’s On in Brighton: the gem of the south coast and under an hour from mainline train stations. Listings have a cross reference to our A-Z map and tube map, making it very easy to use.
London Visitors Magazine
185 Wardour Street,
London W1F 8WU.
Telephone: 020 7434 0421.
We reach more than 200,000 readers every month.
You can make informed decisions based on the advertising and editorial available in this free guide.
Pick up a copy at your hotel or visit us online at http://www.thelondonvisitors.co.uk/.
Welcome to the July issue of London Visitors.
We’ll admit, there have been times of late when we have despaired of seeing the sun for prolonged periods (hopefully it’s all change this month!) so with under-cover attractions in mind, we’ve sourced three of the major exhibitions in the Capital this month – including Shakespeare in Ten Acts at the British Library. The vintage black and white portrait of actress Vivien Leigh on the cover sets the scene. (Page 6.)
English Heritage manages some of the country’s most famous historic houses and gardens, many of which are right here on our doorstep. You’ll find the at-a-glance guide on pages 44 and 45.
It’s time to introduce the kids to the magical world of live performance! Turn to page 20 for full details on Kids Week and how to access free tickets for more than 35 top shows such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Impossible.
Kew Gardens invites us to step inside The Hive – an extraordinary award-winning 17 metre-high installation that gives us a unique insight into the world of the honeybee and the challenges it faces. (Page 34.)
Fans of Hollywood great Olivia de Havilland have a treat lined up at BFI Southbank in July. The BFI pays tribute to this celebrated feminist trailblazer, who turns 100 this month, with a special season of her films. (Page 41.)
And where will I be? Refreshing my memory of one of the English Heritage properties in London. Maybe I’ll start with Kenwood – a longtime favourite.
All reviews that appear in London Visitors Magazine are professional, independent endorsements. We want you to enjoy your experience so if we don’t like something we won’t write a review.
Front covers of some recent editions of London Visitors magazine