Laboratory Minimax has been developing and implementing modern methods of meteorological control in the road industry for almost 30 years. The Russian company will present two software products at the show – Forecast as a Service (FaaS) and Road Maintenance Control Center (RMCC).
LCJ Capteurs has introduced an automatic north alignment feature to its range of ultrasonic wind sensors and widened its range of color schemes to include black, NATO and sand.All sensors are factory tested and all data is logged for each single product against its serial number. Any sonic wind sensor can be directly run by a laptop PC or any other equipment with normalized ModBus, 0-10V, 4-20mA, SDI-12, NMEA or potentiometer inputs.
The u[sonic]WS from Lambrecht provides the most important meteorological parameters in one compact device – wind direction, windspeed, air temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, and dew point. It is the ideal weather station for applications that require precise measurement of the weather at a specific location in almost any climatic zone, with little to no maintenance required.
SEBA’s state-of-the-art measurement and monitoring networks for surface water, groundwater and discharge measurement operate in all climate regions and under harsh environmental conditions. Whether water is a hazardous threat or a valuable resource, SEBA products provide the necessary data for decision making.
Thanks to its highly efficient software, Remtech is able to offer the smallest and lightest remote sensing device (RSD) available on the market – the PA-XS. It also boasts the only RSD that can achieve a 3,000m (9,840ft) above-ground-level altitude range – the PA5.
Designed to complement its portfolio of magnetron and klystron Defender weather radar systems, EEC has this year launched its next-generation weather radar analysis software – Pulse. EEC offers a comprehensive range of solid-state Endurance (C-band) and Ranger (X-band) radars, as well as its ultra-low-cost Maverick X-band system.
Earth Networks has announced a partnership with the Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES). The partnership will enable a multiyear collaboration program to enhance RIMES’s member state National Hydro-Meteorological Services (NMHS) capacity for early warning of severe weather.
First-time exhibitor Geolux, an EU manufacturer of radar-based instruments, will be showcasing its line of products for hydrological measurements. Geolux specializes in research, development and manufacturing of instruments and software for monitoring and measuring water level, surface velocity and discharge.
Available to view for the first time at Meteorological Technology World Expo, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (MELCO) will showcase its newly developed planar waveguide amplifier that extends the observation range of a Doppler lidar to more than 20km (12 miles), while still ensuring compliance with the standards and recommended practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Visitors to booth 6060 will discover why the new HygroPalm HP32 from Rotronic is the perfect mobile tool to verify the data of their weather stations. Compatible with all Rotronic HC2A and HC2 probes, the HP32 performs spot measurements and logging of relative humidity, temperature and psychrometric parameters.
With a plethora of new digital sensors to showcase, Campbell Scientific will provide live demonstrations of its LevelVUE B10 Water Level Bubbler, SoilVUE 10 Complete Soil Profiler and HygroVUE 10 Air Temperature and Relative Humidity Probe. These sensors offer higher density measurements at a reduced cost, in systems that are easy to install and maintain.
New from Degreane, SIOMA is an automated weather observing system (AWOS) specifically developed to suit airport needs. It requires little maintenance, has high data availability and can be easily integrated with more complex systems such as wind profilers, automatic terminal information services (ATIS), and satellite information.
The WMO, through the CIMO guide, is pushing to advance the quality of weather measurement data by improving the accuracy of the equipment used. Experts from MBW Calibration will be on hand to demonstrate how its instruments can be used to achieve the highest transfer standards with full traceability.
Esri’s team of specialists will demonstrate how its latest geospatial analysis and big data management software can be used to forecast and predict mission-critical weather events, as well as monitor the impacts of climate change.
Druck is proud to present the DPS5000 SDI-12 water depth sensor, the latest edition to its renowned range of barometers and water depth sensors.The digitally compensated sensor with SDI-12 plug-and-play communications protocol is accurate enough to measure water level with ±0.1% accuracy over a temperature band of -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F).
Temperature, humidity and wind data in the lower atmosphere (3km) is sparse and irregular, which is why Meteomatics has focused on improving weather forecasting – to close the data gap and revolutionize the world of weather data.
With the introduction of artificial intelligence in 2018, meteoblue has managed to improve forecast accuracy by computing a ‘most likely consensus forecast’ using more than 25 different forecast models and observations from over 50,000 weather stations.
Set to be launched at the show, the new FT742-DM50 ultrasonic wind sensor from FT Technologies has been designed to withstand the most extreme weather conditions, making it one of the world’s toughest wind sensors.
Sommer Messtechnik is a well-known and well-established Austrian company that has focused on developing and manufacturing high-quality measurement sensors for the environmental sector for the past 30 years, with a focus on water and snow sensors.
Numerical weather prediction models (NWPs) have been widely used for weather forecasting since the 1950s. To achieve a balance between accuracy and computational cost, many NWPs, such as the Weather Research and Forecasting model (WRF), adopt a set of rectangular grids where local refinement is achieved by nesting a high-resolution domain inside coarser grids.
Launched in 2018, Biral’s BTD-200 is a complete lightning detection and warning system that identifies all forms of lightning up to 35km (22 miles) and is designed to be installed by non-technical staff.
Baron Gen3 radar systems are the primary data input for any integrated weather network, powering nowcasting operations, numerical weather prediction models, hydrology solutions, alerting applications and more.