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September 22, 23, 24, 2020
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

Meteorological Technology World Conference 2019

The conference is free to attend – just exhibition registration is
required to gain access

The Meteorological Technology World Conference will be running as an integral part of Meteorological Technology World Expo on June 5-7, 2019. The event will include presentations on the latest technologies in hydrology, meteorology and climatology from diverse sectors including aviation, shipping, agriculture, renewable energy and traffic. The conference will be attended by a global audience of meteorologists and industry professionals. In 2018 the exhibition attracted almost 4,000 attendees from around the world.

The conference will take place inside the exhibition hall, and will run throughout the three days of the expo, meaning attendees can pick and choose which sessions they would like to attend, and then spend the rest of their time in the exhibition searching for new technologies or services.

Conference subjects may include:

  1. New technologies in hydrology, meteorology and climatology
  2. Related technology applications in the following sectors, but not limited to:
    • Public safety
    • Environmental protection
    • Aviation
    • Shipping, marine and port
    • Traffic and highways
    • Military operations
    • Offshore operations
    • Energy generation
    • Agriculture and horticulture
    • National and global weather service providers
    • Universities/research institutes

Topic areas include:

  • Instrumentation and sensors
  • Dataloggers
  • Batteries and alternative power solutions
  • Radar, lidar and sodar systems
  • NWP, modeling and simulation
  • Visualization
  • UAVs and UA Systems – applications and next steps
  • Earth observation – new technologies and opportunities
  • Data storage, cloud and HPC solutions
  • Space weather
  • Technical user training
  • Modernization of meteorological technology – developments, challenges and opportunities
  • Calibration
  • Meeting the meteorological requirements of developing countries

For more information on the conference, contact: Helen Norman on +44 1306 743744 or email