With the HyperCast embedded experience you can:

Minute-by-minute, site-specific weather insights for historical, real-time and forecast data

Configurable alerts across weather parameters e.g. lightning, precip, wind speeds at job-site level

Certified meteorologist live chat support

Integration Summary

Have you ever been caught in the rain mid-shift? HyperCast provides an intuitive map-based weather interface - depicting historical, current and forecast conditions with job-site precision. Our dashboard updates by the minute can be configured to provide site-specific alerts on dangerous weather conditions and includes chat to put our certified meteorologists by your side. The result is a binary decision-making tool used to enhance productivity and reduce risk.

How it works

Once installed, HyperCast can be applied to various projects within your organization’s ProCore environment. After opening the tool from the Project page, the user is directed to the HyperCast Map where they can view their ProCore projects in context with ClimaCell’s proprietary weather models and configure alerts. These models include historical, real-time, and forecast conditions for the parameters relevant to construction to help improve operations and ensure your crew’s safety.

Integration Requirements
  • HyperCast subscription
  • HyperCast credentials
Required Procore Tools
  • None
Helpful Links

ClimaCell Homepage
Procore Support Article
Install an App from the App Marketplace

About ClimaCell

From wireless networks to connected cars, ClimaCell sees everything around us as a possible weather sensor. Combined with our proprietary weather models, these unique sensors drive the most data-rich weather platform in the world. The result is minute-by-minute, street-by-street forecasts, globally; or, as we call it, MicroWeather. These enhanced forecasts improve operational decision making and customer satisfaction in the construction space.

Our weather insights can be consumed via API, or on our operational dashboard, HyperCast. Founded in 2015, our mission is to provide MicroWeather with global coverage.

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