The world's largest meteorological event. More new technology on display than ever!
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) has developed a low-cost, sustainable automatic weather station to help improve observation networks in the world’s least-developed, most data-sparse regions.
On display for the very first time at Meteorological Technology World Expo, MBW’s 573 Dew Point Mirror rack format instrument with integrated sample path heating and control has been developed to provide high-performance measurements at very high humidity.
Hukseflux Thermal Sensors from the Netherlands is planning to usher in the next generation of solar radiation sensors at this year’s Meteorological Technology World Expo by showcasing its range of SR30 and SR05 pyranometers. Hukseflux gave a sneak preview of the SR30 at last year’s show and it will now be unveiled with all its features.
PlairGrid from Plair, a manufacturer of instruments for real-time airborne particle detection, has been purpose-built to benefit allergy professionals, as well as meteorological and environmental services, by providing a more affordable solution for the automatic detection of pollen.
First-time exhibitor Leading Edge Power will demonstrate its new off-grid power system, the PowerBox. Designed for operating low-power AC or DC equipment, the PowerBox provides everything needed from a remote power source, neatly fitted into a single, pallet-sized box.
Following the acquisition of Lufft last year, OTT
Hydromet Group now provides a complete range of harmonized solutions to suit hydro-meteorological measurement networks.
Officially launching at this year's expo, the new water depth sensor with SDI-12 communications protocol from Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), is the latest addition to its range of highly accurate barometers, advanced water depth sensors and suite of pressure calibration equipment.
Meteo France International (MFI), in collaboration with the Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA), was challenged with improving air safety in Africa. To address the problem, MFI developed a fully integrated meteorological solution dedicated to resolving aviation issues.
Campbell Scientific has the pleasure of showcasing a number of its new products and services at this year’s Meteorological World Expo, including a new weather station that enables data to be automatically collected and made available online almost instantly.
VisCam from Joanneum Research is a new and innovative visibility measurement system for airports and other critical infrastructure. The system is currently being used and evaluated by ANSP Austro Control.
Metasphere’s Point Colour range of compact logger/remote terminal unit (RTU) devices come equipped with either GSM/GPRS or 3G modem capabilities.
Boulder, Colorado, July 31, 2017— Radiometrics Corporation (Radiometrics) announces the recent installation of two state-of-the-art radar wind profilers and one microwave thermodynamic profiling radiometer for The Republic of China (Taiwan) Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
Météorage will present its latest lightning detection technologies. Using scientifically
validated data, the company provides lightning services and develops a specific knowledge
for the design of lightning detection networks, the operation of lighting data service systems
and the market development of lightning data applications.
OTT Hydromet Group will launch its new visibility sensor andprovide live demos at its booth. The
company will also present its latest hydrological, meteorological, data processing hardware and