Include Weather in Event Planning

Whether it’s a game, a Fun-Run, or a marathon, any time you plan an event you must consider the weather. As the event approaches, your Vantage Pro2 or Vantage Vue will give you historical data to let you know what kind of weather you might expect. Your athletes, guests and participants will perform better and have more fun during an event that takes weather into consideration. You’ll be able to prepare for high winds, rain or snow and have the real-time data to put your plans into action as the need arises.

Be prepared for the worst

Being prepared for worst-case weather can make you the superhero of the day. You’ll know when the wind is kicking up, or the rain is falling hard enough to be a danger to participants. You’ll be able to encourage hydration and provide shade or shelter to keep everyone comfortable and safe.

Know the conditions in real-time, for your microclimate

With updates as often as every 2.5 seconds, you will know what’s happening during your event, allowing you to make necessary adjustments.

As Managing Director of the Guáquira Private Nature Reserve, in western-central Venezuela, [the] first thing I did in my new job was to purchase and install a Davis Vantage Pro Plus weather station... Since education and training is one of our goals at the Reserve, I am actually preparing a short workshop on climate and the use of the station for interested parties. I am also working on the expansion of the use of Davis stations through our membership in the Venezuelan Private Nature Reserve Association, by offering them my professional advise and expertise at installing and operating the stations.

how we can help you

Provide Athletes With Microclimate Conditions

Bring real-time microclimate weather conditions into the pits of your auto race, the launch area of your gliding meet, the starting line of your marathon. When

Natural Turf Irrigation

Add our Soil Moisture Station to your Smart Training station and further enhance the value of your weather station. Great for monitoring in-field soil moisture

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