Meteorologists and air quality professionals monitor solutions for the Micro Pulse LiDAR applications
Some of the hundreds of locations where you’ll find Micro Pulse LiDAR instruments at work. A rooftop at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center a Himalayan base camp the sky over the Sierra Nevadas the deck of an icebreaker in the fleet of the Korean Polar Research Institute the Port of Newcastle, Australia Bariloche Airport in Argentina.
By Micro Pulse LiDAR, part of Hexagon based in Lanham, MARYLAND (USA).
The Meteorological research community is very ambitious to understand climate changes and global impact on life. With modern advanced measurement equipment, e.g. satellites, remote sensing technologies and sophisticated computer models, multiple meteorological parameters can be analyzed at a large scale at the same time. As the climate system is very complex it is difficult to give accurate predictions of our future climate. We work with climate models, which are based on the consequences of impacts thus far...
By EKO Instruments based in San Jose, CALIFORNIA (USA).
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