Daytona Beach, FL – WeatherFlow recently became a Tenant Partner in Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s John Mica Engineering and Aerospace Innovation Complex (MicaPlex) by relocating its main technical development offices to this thriving research complex situated at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus. WeatherFlow joins existing Research Park partners.

Embry-Riddle President P. Barry Butler stated that “the addition of WeatherFlow with its ready-to-market products and established global reputation as a leader in meteorological services, products and analysis not only further diversifies the quality and level of expertise within the Research Park, it complements who we are as a university and is in line with our core commitment to provide innovative and high-tech solutions to real-world issues.”

WeatherFlow is eager to contribute to the Embry-Riddle community. “We are beyond excited,” said WeatherFlow CIO David St. John. “With direct access to cutting-edge R&D test facilities and co-location with other onsite startup tech companies our employees and company will flourish like never before!”

Among the resources that the Research Park offers is the Wind Tunnel Laboratory, which will allow WeatherFlow to continue developing, testing, and calibrating high-quality weather-observing instruments right on site.

For more information on the Embry-Riddle MicaPlex, click here.

See also the related article published by Embry-Riddle Senior Communications Advisor Melanie Hanns and The Embry-Riddle Newsroom.