Infotainment Weather

Weather and Road Conditions

a screenshot of infotainment weather in China on a GPS deviceProvide your customers with a daily weather overview, each time they get behind the wheel. Whether a simplified display of current conditions with a 7-day forecast, or a GPS map of weather and road conditions, drivers receive accurate intelligence for everyday decision-making, right on the navigation unit display.

 

 

Comprehensive Information

Implementation is up to you—as basic or sophisticated as your customers demand. Global weather data, deployed to GPS navigation units via the Baron Weather API, delivers valuable context on weather and road conditions relative to the vehicle’s location. The increased situational awareness enables drivers to make safe and efficient decisions on trip timing and routing.

Available data includes:

  • Global radar
  • Global 7-day forecasts
  • Global satellite-derived radar for locations without radar
  • Global current conditions (temperature, winds, humidity)
  • S. current weather and road conditions
  • S. National Weather Service warnings
  • Global satellite imagery
  • And more, as your needs require

an image of road weather data in a GPS unit

Ease on Onboarding

The Baron Weather API makes easy integration possible, with common file formats and protocols. Since it’s a REST API, your developers can use their favorite libraries, making development easier and more efficient. We will support you with dedicated onboarding personnel, along with extensive documentation that helps you get moving—fast.

Proven Expertise

Baron has been providing critical weather intelligence to vehicles for over a decade now. Through our partnership with SiriusXM, we innovated vehicle weather with the XM NavWeather service, in use by a bevy of manufacturers, from Honda and Nissan to Lexus and Hyundai. In addition to delivering high-quality data with continuous up-time, we know what weather means to the driver, and how best to communicate its effects.

an image of current weather conditions in a GPS display