“Forecasts affect people’s safety and $3 trillion of the U.S. economy, yet there’s been no major new way to observe the weather in 50 years. Climacell gives peace of mind by providing the highest degree of forecasting accuracy. Climacell’s software can give details about the intensity and type of precipitation on one street versus another. It can also predict if it will rain on a specific plane, construction crane or baseball game with 90% accuracy. Climacell’s core technology is based on using wireless communications networks as passive weather sensors, which outperform satellite and radar. Climacell’s software is being used in the U.S. and will be deployed internationally this year to airlines, drone companies, logistics companies and pro sports leagues.”
Dubai’s Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building, but its elevators blitz you to the 124thfloor observatory in 60 seconds. So Israeli entrepreneur Shimon Elkabetz must pitch Climacell—highly accurate weather software—in a hurry.
BURJ KHALIFA FLOORS: 163 SECONDS: 60 WORDS PER MINUTE: 130