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.
Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011 has been hailed a tremendous success by all who have attended! The show, organized by the publishers of Meteorological Technology International magazine attracted over 100 exhibitors and over 1,500 attendees from 68 countries.
Graham Johnson, Managing Director at UKIP Media & Events, the international exhibition and publishing company that has created Meteorological Technology World Expo, said, "We're absolutely delighted that this World Expo has already seemingly established itself as the must-attend event for all involved in weather prediction and climate change measurement.
"Exhibitors and visitors have also all really enjoyed this launch show: we've witnessed people purchasing weather-prediction technologies throughout the exhibition hall! With over 100 exhibitors, visitors are guaranteed to discover innovation; to find new ways to improve their weather forecasting capability and better investigate and measure any effects of climate change.
"I've personally met numerous senior figures from airports, airlines, military operations, off-shore energy companies, shipping firms, nuclear operations, and many other industries who have an absolute need for more accurate meteorological and hydrometeorological information."
Johnson wasn't alone in his enthusiasm: Klaus Sjöblom, Nuclear Safety Advisor, FORTUM in Finland commented, "I've seen a tremendous amount of advanced meteorological measurements and new radar technology," while Cedric Delnatte, Senior R&D Toyota Motorsport, Germany, said, "I've been looking at new methods for weather forecasts to help improve our track performance. It needs to be high resolution, every minute, so we know on which part of the track it is raining. And for us this show has provided a great opportunity to get up to date with what's on the market!"
Margareta Osin Head of Development Unit, Swedish Armed Forces, METOC, was also pleased to have attended: "Flight safety is important to us because when we are sending helicopters and other airplanes to missions, they need to have safe and secure meteorological information, and I've seen numerous excellent transportable, portable sensor systems."
The final words to go His Excellency HRH Prince Turki Bin Nasser Bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia: "This is a wonderful exhibition, with all the new technologies for meteorology. We are here with a shopping list as we have a harsh climate, with desert being two thirds of the Kingdom. We need to find equipment to make our climate projection the best it can be and we're finding what we need here."
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