Meteorological Technology World Expo is being organised by UKIP Media & Events, the world's premier international trade show organiser and magazine publisher operating in the meteorological, aviation, automotive and transportation sectors. It is an international organiser of 15 industry-leading exhibitions, working globally in Asia, North America, the Middle East and Europe, and attracts over 3,000 exhibiting companies and over 50,000 visitors to its events every year. Click here to discover more.
Erik Valks, the newly appointed CEO of Kipp & Zonen, the Netherlands, announces the launch of three new products at the show, including the RaZON+ all-in-one solar monitoring system and the X-LAS Mk II scintillometer.
Kisters, Germany, is a leader in data management software and environmental data analytics. Edgar Wetzel, business development manager air quality, discusses the company’s latest developments including the HS40 Air Force Series II gas purge compressor and bubbler water level sensing system, and the all-new the HailSens hail sensor.
Sigma Space, USA, is a leading manufacturer of polarised lidar systems for atmospheric remote sensing applications. Justin Fisher, director atmospheric products, discusses the company’s highly portable and power-efficient Micro Pulse Lidar system used extensively in atmospheric monitoring stations both as a standalone and a networked instrument.
Aleksis Kajava, head of sales, Vaisala, Finland, comments on the company’s latest technology being showcased on its stand, including IRIS Focus, its next-generation weather radar software and AviMet AWOS software developed to help aviation personnel make critical decisions based on real-time weather conditions at airports.
L3-Essco, Ireland, is a pioneer in the development of radomes. Micheal Murray, business development manager, discusses the company’s range of radome antenna systems used for satellite communications, air traffic control, weather tracking and surveillance.
Alex Longden, marketing manager, UK Met Office, discusses the company’s new supercomputer, which by 2017 is expected to produce 200-250TB of data per day and ultimately transform how the organisation’s data is being accessed, disseminated and stored, helping to predict disruptive weather events such as flooding, strong winds, fog and heavy snowfall more effectively.
Bill Edgar, business development director, Panasonic Weather Solutions, USA, comments on two of the company’s technologies being showcased at the event: the Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Reporting (TAMDAR) sensor and FlightLink, a system that uses Iridium’s global satellite solution to support cockpit voice, data, independent GPS and weather data communications for commercial aircraft.
Jan Dutton, general manager, Schneider Electric, USA, demonstrates the company’s re-engineered, multilingual-capable MetConsole AWOS, which provides a flexible and reliable solution for automating weather observation functions critical to airport operations.
Bob Baron, executive vice president/chief products officer, Baron, USA, talks about the company’s end-to-end solutions for distributing critical weather intelligence to enhance safety of life and property, and discusses the company’s latest developments including the Gen3 radar.
Jim Anderson, VP international, Earth Networks, USA, comments on the company, which has the largest global weather presence, with networks in over 50 countries allowing for hyper-local and high-impact weather forecasting for government agencies, professional organisations and consumers.
FTS, Canada, is a leading manufacturer of remote environmental monitoring systems, instrumentation and communication technology for the fire, weather and meteorology industries. Alan DeCiantis, director of product management, talks about the launch of the company’s latest technology – the LT1 logging transceiver.
Ian Abbott, global product manager, GE Measurement & Control, the Netherlands, introduces the company’s latest technology – TERPS (Trench Etched Resonant Pressure Sensor) – which offers far greater performance than current technologies to provide the highest-accuracy, most stable sensor available.
Andrea Costantini, technical sales, NESA, Italy, introduces the company’s latest modular high-accuracy datalogger, EVOLUTION, which is based on the Linux operating system. It is fully configurable via the web and has been developed to revolutionise the acquisition systems market.
Will Cotay, POD sales manager, Penguin Computing, USA, discusses Penguin Computing On Demand (POD), which allows organisations to utilise a high-performance, bare-metal, HPC computing environment in the cloud without having to invest in on-site infrastructure of their own.
Gordon Bease,, director, North America, FT Technologies, UK, comments on the company’s latest wind sensor, the FT742-DM, which is claimed to be one of the toughest in the world. It has no moving parts, is very rugged and can deliver 99.9% data availability.
Proposals must be submitted by
28th April 2017
|Tue 10 October 10.00 - 16.30|
|Wed 11 October 10.00 - 19.00**|
**free drinks party from 17.30hrs to 19.30hrs
|Thur 12 October 10.00 - 16.00|