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Kelly Peters
By Kelly Peters
Kelly Peters
Kelly Peters
Currently's Director of Marketing, Kelly Peters is a growth-focused marketing leader with 10+ years of experience driving strategic communications and demand-focused initiatives for brands like CNBC, NBCUniversal, Dicks Sporting Goods, and JazzHR. At, she leads a dynamic team of growth and AI marketers in driving revenue with bold storytelling, radical creativity, and, above all else, human connection. Kelly graduated from Syracuse University and lives in Pittsburgh, PA.
Jun 1, 2023· 1 min, 30 sec

Empowering Wind-Sensitive Industries: Introducing’s New Low-Level Wind Data Layer

Today, we’re thrilled to introduce a powerful new feature designed to empower industries most impacted by wind, including construction, drones, aviation, and energy, to operate more safely and efficiently.

What is Low-Level Winds Data Layer? 

Introducing’s Low-Level Wind Data Layer!

Currently available for the U.S. and Israel, this cutting-edge tool provides crucial insights on wind speed, wind direction, and temperature at various altitudes – from 10 to 300 meters above the ground. Low-Level Winds Update

How Can Low-Level Winds Data Help Your Business? 

Harness the potential of wind-driven intelligence with this user-friendly feature, perfect for businesses seeking real-time weather updates specifically impacting their operations, such as skyscraper construction, drone flights, wind turbine management, and aviation activities. By combining this new feature with our existing insights and alerts capabilities, you can make more informed decisions to improve safety and efficiency.

  • Construction – For companies working on tall buildings, monitoring wind conditions is crucial to ensuring the safety of employees and equipment. This feature allows you to make smarter decisions on when to operate cranes and other machinery during windy conditions.
  • Drones – Drone operators can rely on our Low-Level Winds layer to determine the best times and locations to launch their drones. Strong winds can impact drone flights and having access to this data helps you avoid potential issues.
  • Aviation – With this feature, aviation professionals can keep an eye on wind conditions above runways, ensuring aircraft take-offs and landings are as safe as possible.
  • Energy – Accessing wind data at various heights helps those in the renewable energy sector better understand and forecast wind power generation.

Already using weather intelligence? Reach out to your Customer Success representative to get this layer enabled. Once activated, you’ll find an easy-to-use altitude slider when selecting supported data parameters.

Ready to See Low-Level Winds for Yourself? Get a Demo!

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