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The creators of open data applications are often researchers, freelancers and software developers, but with the help of improved development and visualisation tools anyone can utilise these datasets. You can find additional information on how to use open data from our guide.
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Meriopas.fi offers information about sea areas, the maritime ecosystem and also other environmental information and visualises it on a map. For example, you can find out wind speed, air and water temperatures, vessel traffic, algae situation, wrecks, places of interest and much else!...
["pc", "tabletti", "\u00e4lypuhelin"]Sääasema aims to be the most precise short-term weather forecast in Finland. It shows automatically the current weather in your location. The map shows for example rain radar layer, air temperatures, wind speed and wind direction. The service uses constantly updating open weather data from...
Tuulikartta.info - weather observations in real time Weather observation data from the Finnish Meteorological Institute and from the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency. Tuulikartta.info is based on the Finnish Meteorological Institute's open data.
Should I go for a run or is it raining? You won't be surprised by rain anymore because Sataako.fi-website shows the rain situation in the whole Finland in real-time. The service uses your location to show if it has been raining during the last hour and if it's raining at the current moment in...