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Radiosonde with heated humidity sensor
Graw Radiosondes

Since 2019, Graw has delivered more than 100,000 of its DFM-17 radiosondes to customers worldwide. Encouraged by this success, the company has enhanced the DFM-17 by adding an optional heated humidity sensor. This technology will be introduced at Meteorological Technology World Expo in Paris.

Graw will also demonstrate new features of its one-of-a-kind GRAWgo smartphone app, which is designed to quickly and securely provide real-time flight data and messages to anyone with access to a smart device. GRAWgo provides enormous value to managers, supervisors, educators, military commands and anyone else looking for visibility and rapid visual overviews of an ongoing sounding. GRAWgo provides secure access to the status of ongoing flights, flight data graphics, messages, flight tracking and push notifications to all designated members of a flight team.

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