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  • MPCA AQMesh small sensor AQ network takes shape in Minneapolis – St. Paul

    Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has purchased fifty AQMesh pods to measure key air pollution gases and particulate matter across fifty different zip code areas. These small sensor air quality monitoring systems measure NO, NO2, O3, CO, SO2, PM1, PM2.5, PM10, temperature, pressure and relative humidity and will be installed – one per zip code – around the twin cities of Minneapolis ...


    By AQMesh

  • Demo of WS503 Weather Sensor at CAISO Stakeholder Symposium

    The CAISO stakeholder symposium took place between 18 and 19 October 2017 at the Sacramento Convention Center to discuss the clean energy movement that’s revolutionizing electric systems worldwide. Energy executives, stakeholders, and policy makers gathered to discuss the impacts of the transition and the new business models that will flow from it. Key speakers at the symposium included ...

  • ‘Making Sense of Sensors’ with Envirosuite

    On September 27-28, Envirosuite exhibited as a platinum sponsor at the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (SCAQMD) ‘Making Sense of Sensors’ Conference at its headquarters in Diamond Bar, California. The conference was co-sponsored by Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and California Air Pollution ...


    By Envirosuite

  • Real world comparison of Solar screens in road weather station installations

    CUSTOMER REPORTED THE FOLLOWING RESULTS FROM THE INSPECTION:  The Challenger helical MeteoShield protected the sensor from the dirt contamination better compared to the Reference. MeteoTemp temperature and humidity sensor shows minimal signs of dirt buildup. Most notable is the lack of dirt buildup on MeteoTemp inside ...


    By BARANI DESIGN

  • New issue of Meteorological Technology International (MTI) out now

    Discover our new article about solar monitoring, our Ceilometer ad and other solutions including Lufft technology in the latest issue of the MTI The new MTI edition out now and we're in: Discover our and our partners' latest weather observation solutions on the pages 71, 72 73 & 106f. ...

  • WS601 on `Willi Wien Tower` of the German National Metrology Institute

    We supplied the amateur radio interest group DL0PTB located in the German Metrology Institute (PTB), Braunschweig with a WS601 weather station. For a few weeks a WS601 installed on the 50 meter high Willi Wien Tower is in operation now. "Because of the exposed location, we have long desired to set up a professional weather station, as weather influences are decisive for the radio ...

  • Finding the Right Weather Monitoring System for Solar

    Optimizing a solar plant to achieve maximum return is a challenge. Columbia Weather Systems tackles environmental monitoring. Weather data accumulation is recorded accurately and is easily monitored remotely. Three weather station configurations are highly customizable and are designed to be adaptable to the specific needs of a solar plant. All three packages are high-quality weather stations ...

  • Lightning Detection for Outdoor Safety

    Lightning detection is now available with the Pulsar 800 Weather Station.   “The added lightning detection feature helps customers who are concerned with public safety in their planning of a wide range of outdoor activities,” CWS President Nader Khoury explains. “This ranges from sporting events, to public concerts and outdoor military ...

  • LAMBRECHT meteo gets large order from German Weather Service (DWD)

    With it’s precipitation sensor rain[e]H3 LAMBRECHT meteo GmbH prevailed against all competitors and has been awarded with the contract after participation in a tender of German Weather Service (DWD). DWD is the Meteorological Service of Germany and shall be deemed to be a reference in meteorology. DWD detects the precipitation amount at full-time and extra official weather stations. At the ...


    By LAMBRECHT meteo GmbH

  • Lufft introduces new stationary, non-invasive road weather sensor for smart traffic applications

    With the now available non-invasive, stationary road weather sensor StaRWIS we continued the evolution of spectroscopic sensors consequently. It is based on the award-winning technology of the mobile weather sensor MARWIS which was launched in end of 2014. The new road sensor can be mounted at heights of 5.5 meters above the ground and is a less-expensive alternative to NIRS31-UMB - the first ...

  • RainWise Inc. Attends InterMET Asia in Singapore With Our Strategic Partners, The Weather Company, an IBM Business

    RainWise attended InterMET Asia, a unique event held in Singapore focusing on the meteorlolgical industry, where The Weather Company, an IBM business, displayed a co-branded RainWise MK-III weather station. Businesses in the public and private sectors who are seeking to help manage risks of extreme weather and climate change in the Asian, African and Pacific Island regions attended this event ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • Faraday Future Uses RainWise PortLog Station to Monitor Test Track

    Faraday Future, an emerging electric car company based in Los Angelas, California, uses a RainWise PortLog weather station to monitor the weather conditions in their 0-60 MPH acceleration video. Weather conditions can obviously make a huge difference in car racing and everyday driving. This is why RainWise weather stations are used in a wide range of applications, including vehicle testing ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • Aerojet Rocketdyne Supports Launch of NOAA’s Next-Generation Geostationary Weather Satellite

    Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AJRD), successfully supported the launch of the next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R Series (GOES-R) for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA. The mission was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V ...


    By Aerojet Rocketdyne, Inc.

  • Europe must prepare for extreme weather

    Extreme weather, high winds and flooding are causing increasing disruption and damage in European cities, and local authorities and scientists are being warned that they need to act together to lessen the impact. Because storms do not respect country borders, regional long-term weather forecasting needs to be developed so that early warnings can be given for all areas that may be in the path of ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Europe collaborates to coordinate open ocean observatories

    European scientists are joining forces to better understand oceanic change, by coordinating ocean data acquisition, analysis and response on scales ranging from the provincial to the global. Marking a major milestone, the first Assembly of Members meeting of the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water-column Observatory (EMSO) will be held September 28-29th in Rome, Italy. Dr Henry Ruhl of ...

  • Nor-Cal Controls Tahoe Met Station simplifies Data Gathering

    New solar PV farm projects require the use of meteorological (MET) weather stations to achieve and maintain efficiencies critical to power and revenue generation. Nor-Cal Controls ES, Inc. has meticulously engineered the Tahoe™ MET station to meet and exceed the exacting demands of this new industry using Lufft’s weather ...

  • Compact Weather Station – Now with Free Online Data Viewing and Sharing

    The Delta-T Devices WS-GP1 Weather Station is a complete, portable, research-grade solution for recording weather data. It can be carried by one person, set up in minutes, and requires minimal maintenance. The WS-GP1’s sensors measure rainfall, solar radiation, wind speed, wind direction, ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • Compact Weather Station - Now with free online data viewing and sharing

    The Delta-T Devices WS-GP1 Weather Station is a complete, portable, research-grade solution for recording weather data. It can be carried by one person, set up in minutes, and requires minimal maintenance. The WS-GP1’s sensors measure ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • Scientists observe first signs of healing in the Antarctic ozone layer

    Original story at MIT News Scientists at MIT and elsewhere have identified the “first fingerprints of healing” of the Antarctic ozone layer, published today in the journal Science. The team found that the September ozone hole has shrunk by more than 4 million square kilometers — about ...

  • The New World of MARWIS

    Not only got the Lufft Blog a new design, but also the mobile road weather sensor has been upgraded. What’s the difference between the first and the new MARWIS version? How does the MARWIS friction measurement differ from grip testers? And how do customers mount MARWIS on small transporters? From the Lufft Development: MARWIS 2.0 Since Intertraffic 2016 the new MARWIS (2.0) ...

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