Into the Weather – Part 3 – Publishing Data to the Cloud – 1

In my last post, Into the Weather – Part 2, I outlined a global architecture of a Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station connected to a Raspberry Pi  (RPi) running weewx weather software to capture raw weather data. Here I will try to depict how to bring this weather data “from the fluffy clouds into the digital cloud”.  Finally, …

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Into the Weather – Part 2 – Fun with Raspberry Pi

This is a follow-up to “Into the Weather – Part 1 – Exploring weewx”. Sorry, still almost no geospatial content for now. To recap: I am trying to setup an infrastructure where measurements from a Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Station are collected and exposed to web services, most notably OGC Services like …

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Into the Weather – Part 1 – Exploring weewx

Tagging this post as “Part 1”  is ambitious. Beware: there is hardly any “geo” for now. In the coming time I hope to share some technical experiences with weather stations, weather software and ultimately exposing weather data via some open geospatial standards like OGC WMS(-Time) as in example image right, WFS and …

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