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See what speakers and exhibitors had to say about Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011.
Steven Albersheim, senior meteorologist, Federal Aviation Administration, USA, discusses his paper titled: Current developments in the provision of information for volcanic ash and space weather in support of international air navigation presented at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels, Belgium.
Kurt Hondl, Research Meteorologist, NOAA, USA, comments on his paper titled: Rapid sampling of severe storms by phased-array radar presented at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels Belgium.
Dr Joshua Wurman, senior meteorologist, Center for Severe Weather Research, USA, talks to us about his paper titled: Getting close: mobile radar and in-situ studies inside tornadoes and hurricanes presented at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels, Belgium.
Ferenc Dombai, chief adviser, Hungarian Meteorological Service, Hungary discusses his paper titled: Recent technical and service development at OMSZ-Hungarian Met Service presented for the first time at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels, Belgium.
Dr Wiel Wauben, Senior Scientist, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, the Netherlands, comments on his paper titled: Experiences and challenges in automated visual observations presented at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels, Belgium.
Daryl O'Dowd, senior consulting meteorologist, Weatherdyne International, Canada, talks about his paper titled: The science and business of weather modification presented at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011, in Brussels Belgium.
Rick Braswell, VP International Business Development, Baron Services, USA comments on the company's customised solutions for both meteorological and hydrological applications as well as introducing WxWorx for aviation, marine and ground based use.
Dr Valerij N. Dyaduchenko, Deputy Head, Roshydromet, Russian Federation, talks about the advances and increased efficiency in the Service's ground based and satellite weather forecasting with data acquired at some 90 regional branches and 20 scientific research institutions.
Donald LaPoint, President, EWR Weather Radar, USA, unveils for the first time, the company's EMPAR series multifunction X-band phased array radar, at the Meteorological Technology Expo 2011.
KIPP AND ZONEN
Clive Lee, Business Manager, Meteorology & Climatology, Kipp & Zonen, the Netherlands, introduces a new generation of pyranometer at the Meteorological Technology Expo 2011, the SMP pyranometer, equipped with an extremely low-power smart interface.
Joel Chenet, Head of Business Development, Thales Alenia Space, France, discusses the company's position as a leader in satellite systems and orbital infrastructure and comments on the technological advances made in the acquisition of weather data from space.
Furio Ruggiero, President, Envirtech, Italy, discusses the company's range of tsunami buoys and soliton early warning systems including Vulcan and Poseidon Classes, the Envirtech Deep Sea MK-1 and launches its new Calypso Class tsunameter with an operating depth of 6,000 meters that can run on independent power for 2.5 years.
Alexandre Sauvage, COO, Leosphere, France, unveils two new products at the Meteorological Technology Expo 2011 – Windcube200s a 3D scanning wind Lidar and the R-MAN 510 its low cost, low maintenance, networkable, full power Raman dual polarization Lidar.
Paul Dekkar Kleyn, Sales Asia-Europe, Gill Instruments, UK, discusses the company's two and three-axis anemometers: Windsonic; Windobserver; Wind master; and WindMasterPro as well as the MetPakPro weather station that provides six parameters of measurement including, wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, dew point and pressure.
Edgar Wetzel, Business Development Manager, Kisters, Germany, discusses the company's software solutions for hyrdo-meteorological and hydrological, air quality and energy markets: WISKI; CALAMAR; and SODA.
Dr Karl H Gutbrod, Chief Executive Officer, Meteoblue, Switzerland, comments on the company's complete weather simulation services with high accuracy based on modern high-resolution weather models.
INTERNATIONAL AERONAVIGATION SYSTEMS & ASTRONAUTICS CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Dr Mikhail Kanevsky, Deputy General Director, International Aeronavigation Systems, Russian Federation and Sean Reilly, Director Business Development, Astronautics Corporation of America, USA, comment on the companies' joint cooperation that has led to a world first in on-board wind sheer advanced warning systems for aircraft.
CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC & KONECT GLOBAL DATA SERVICES
Iain Thornton, Marketing Manager, and Simon Dawe, Sales Manager, Campbell Scientific, UK, talk about the company's optical sensors for meteorological applications as well as announce the launch of Konnect Global Data Services which enables clients to access data from remote weather stations using any web browser.
Kurt Nemeth, Business Development Manager MET Products, OTT Hydromet, Germany, discusses the company's smart precipitation measurement solutions including the OTT Pluvio weighing precipitation guage, and the OTT Parsivel optical disdrometer.
James Pickering, Export Manager, Rotronic, Switzerland, talks about the company's HCT-S3 probe, on display at the Meteorological Technology Expo, which is one of the company's most versatile probes and that measures humidity and temperature and calculates the dew/frost point.
TECHNOSKY – AN ENAV COMPANY
Davide Tangorra, Business Development Manager, Techno Sky – An ENAV Company, Italy, comments on the work the company does in developing technologies for the real time measurement of hydrological and meteorological data and comments on its plans to offer its services on the international stage with Africa seen as a major target for expansion.
AANDERAA DATA INSTRUMENTS
Jarle Heltne, product manager, Aanderaa Data Instruments, announces the launch of the company's latest new advanced data logger product called Smartguard, a low powered consumption unit intended for land and buoy installations.
Tue 15 October:
10am - 5pm
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|Thu 17 October:||10am - 3pm|