Can we use pictures, animations or videos from Windy in our TV, webpage, newspaper, project...
@Helipaddy API is finshed we just have no web admin to take care of API keys
I’m a marketing writer with the software company OpenText, in Silicon Valley. Among other things I write a weekly blog, “The Data Driven Digest,” talking about interesting examples of data visualization or Big Data use in the world outside our doors.
For a blog post later this week on wind and weather visualization, I'd like to talk about Windyty, including a screenshot and a link to your site. I hope that’s OK.
If not, please let me know at your earliest convenience.
Meanwhile, keep up the good work.
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@StannieHolt Feel free to use anything
ivo, we want to use the animation as everyone on this topic :) and you said
"Windyty gives you full right to use any screenshots, videos, animations or screen captures, in any media, project or any other intellectual work for free and without any obligations."
here are the questions if you mind
how can i use or download the animations for my own usage (some offline presentation)/ is it possible?
there is a problem in mediterranian, red sea and black sea, sea state. Will it be done?
thanks for your help windyly is the best (far from) please reply my question as i want :)
@giziktapir There is no problem. We do not have these data at all
@ivo Hi Ivo, thanks for this beautiful site.
I embedded it in my italian site http://www.giannitessaro.it/velisti-in-facebook/meteo/
I also strictly recommended it on my Group "Velisti in Facebook" https://www.facebook.com/groups/21604245930/ (the biggest Facebook Group for Sailor in Italy),
I'm waiting for iOs Apple App as soon as possible !!
Next week i'll sailing in Seychelles Island and i hope big help from windyty!
Good job, guys !
Gianni Tex Tessaro
We would like to use Windy on our flight planning portal, https://fly.skynavpro.aero/, and we would like to know if your solution is still free to use and what are the conditions if we want to use it.
we would like to insert links of windy on our webpage http://www.leftheria-yachtcharter-weltweit.com/. Is this also free to use? We are a boat charter agency.
Thank you in advance and I am looking forward to your answer!
To whom may it concern.
I’m Jung from S.Korea.
Currently, I work in Kakao corp and our team is interested in Windy.com map which will be used for commercial purpose on our web search service.
Kakao's search service provides the weather information(http://durl.me/dx3h9o), and our users want to see a visual weather(air pollution) information.
So, we would like to display 'Windy air map' service in real-time on our web service using the iFrame.
Can we use for this purpose?
I look forward to your reply.
@alpha-omega As long as logo Windy will be visible
@ivo Thank you for your reply.
I have a another question.
Do you have a plan to add the PM2.5 and PM10 layers?
In Korea, PM2.5 and PM10 are very useful data due to recent interest in fine dust.
Hello Windy Team!
I have a question about commercial use. Is an internal use of windy in a company allowed (a 100-200 querys of data/day-just location points )? No presentation to the outside world or rerouting of data oruseage of the api v4. Maybe I missed something in the FAQ?
Thanks in advance.
@windy_vs_ventu Hi! Unfortunately querying our backend is not allowed. Beside overloading our infrastructure it can lead to license issues. Thank you for understanding.
@tz Hi Windy Team, I did not mean querying in a programming way, just 100-200 "typing in by hand" of locations and checking the weather as shown on your website by human interaction.
@windy_vs_ventu Could you please tell us more about your usecase and what is the name of your company?
@tz Hi, we use your website for cross checking the weather for our wind / solar plant locations.
@windy_vs_ventu And which company? You can write me in chat if you do not want to publish the answer.
My name is Tammy, I am a Production Manager working at Atlantic Productions, in London - http://atlanticproductions.tv/.
We are working with the Weddell Sea Expedition 2019 (https://weddellseaexpedition.org/the-expedition/) on a documentary.
We filmed a sequence with the Meteorologist who makes use of your website Windy.com to keep track and check whether any massive depressions come in for the expedition and we would like your permission to use the images, from your website that were taken at the time of filming, in our documentary?
Please do let me know if there is someone else we need to get in touch with about this, as we are quite keen to move forward.