Met Stations

Get hyperlocal information about the environment and turn it into relevant, actionable insights with a met station. Our reliable meteorological stations provide everything you need to receive accurate and real-time data to help protect lives and property.

About Met Stations

Met stations are essential tools for collecting real-time, hyperlocal weather intelligence to help keep people safe and operations running smoothly when severe weather threatens. Depending on the application, this technology can collect hyperlocal information like temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind speed, and more. From aviation to energy utilities to agribusiness to local municipalities, many organizations use met weather stations to optimize operational efficiency, plan and respond to adverse weather events, and keep the community safe.

Why Choose AEM?

Hyperlocal readings

Monitor weather conditions to inform critical decisions for the locations that really matter.

Track everything

From temperature, to wind to precipitation, our met weather stations monitor and analyze it all.

Reliable technology

Collect meteorological information as it happens with professional-grade met stations.

How our met weather stations can help


Optimize operations and accelerate response

From supply chain interruptions to infrastructure damage to staffing shortages, severe weather can impact operations and sometimes when you least expect it. Collect the accurate, hyperlocal information you need to act quickly and keep your operations running smoothly.  


Build safer schools, businesses, and communities

Whether it is students, staff, customers, or the public, every organization has a responsibility to safeguard people in some way. Met systems collect and deliver the real-time data you need to know when to cancel practice due to extreme heat, when to adjust staffing for snow and ice, and when to get people indoors due to dangerous thunderstorms.


Plan and prepare for severe weather

Access reliable, high-quality data from a met station to gather critical insights based on historical weather patterns. Then use these insights to develop a better Emergency Response Plan for future storms, generate reports for regulatory and environmental compliance requirements, and build more accurate forecasts.

Our range of met stations

Industries we serve