26 May Meterologix Media Division acquired by Madison-based Weather Central
MADISON – Weather Central, Inc., a provider of weather graphics systems and related media services, announced Monday it has acquired the media division of Meteorlogix, based in Burnsville, Minn.
All Meteorlogix Media Division products – including the new “X” television weather graphics system, RT and I7 systems, Storm Commander and nearly a dozen other products and services – are included in the purchase.
Weather Central has opened a division office in Eagan, Minn., and all key Meteorlogix Media Division employees are continuing with Weather Central.
“We are delighted to have these excellent products – which include patent rights and proprietary technologies developed over the years by Kavouras and EarthWatch – as part of our Weather Central product line,” said Terry Kelly, president of Weather Central.
Under Weather Central’s leadership, the newly combined group will soon be offering new technologies, features and products.
“Weather Central is the perfect fit and partner for our media products and our media team. We will be working actively with Terry and Weather Central to ensure customer satisfaction and seamless continuity. Weather Central will continue full support, including the provision of data products and maintenance, for all Meteorlogix Media Division products,” said Robert Gordon, chief executive officer of Meteorlogix.
Madison-based Weather Central, Inc. specializes in weather computer graphics systems, weather data and, through its subsidiary MyWeather, Internet services.