Meteorological Monitoring News

  • New Lufft Post Newsletter out now!

    The August issue of the Lufft Post went out today and reports on the highlights of last month. In August we had something to celebrate, because our WS Family turned 10 years! Matching this we welcome the new family member Lufft WS10: The tests have been completed and the start of series production has begun. We are looking forward to exciting projects with the innovation, of which we present one ...

  • Efficient de-icing at Schiphol with the help of mobile sensor from Lufft

    Recent MeteoGroup news report about how the de-icing at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has become more efficient and flights are more punctual thanks to the use of the mobile surface weather sensor from Lufft. De-icing on airport runways not only take up a lot of time and personnel, but also have a noticeable effect on the airport's departure capacity. To improve the process and flight planning, ...

  • MRI equipped with EKO`s WISER

    EKO delivered the second unit of MS-713 near-infrared (NIR) spectroradiometer to Meteorological Research Institute (MRI). The Meteorological Research Institute (MRI) is a Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) facility that conducts research to clarify and support the prediction of meteorological, terrestrial, and hydrological phenomena and develop associated techniques, also contributes ...


    By EKO Instruments

  • Lufft weather sensor supported Belgian team during Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2017

    The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is one of the most popular competitions for solar vehicles in the world. The spectacular race took place in mid-October and encompassed 3,000 kilometres across Australia. With the help of the Lufft WS504 intelligent weather sensor, the Belgian Punch Powertrain Solar Team finished in the top three. "The Australian solar race is among the most challenging in ...

  • Simultaneously keep an eye on 10 solar performance factors

    Many environmental factors influence the performance of solar plants. The new whitepaper explains why it is important to monitor these factors and gives valuable tips on how to choose the right weather sensor. Learn in our free whitepaper what counts when choosing a weather monitoring system for solar ...

  • Safe data transmission and easy operation

    Are weather conditions having negative influences on the proper functioning of your instruments and therefore impact the workload of your maintenance staff? At Endress+Hauser we understand the needs and struggles of our customers so we developed Memosens. It converts measured values into digital signals that are inductively transferred to the transmitters. The ...


    By Endress Hauser AG

  • Reinforced heating: The new Ventus-X from Lufft for extreme locations

    Summer is drawing to an end and the cold season is approaching. Reason enough for the Lufft sensor company to introduce an upgraded version of the VENTUS ultrasonic wind sensor – the VENTUS-X. The revised sensor is equipped with an enhanced 240-watt heater and is available from now on. To get it ready for the market, Avinor, the Norwegian airport integrator, put the VENTUS-X to the test ...

  • Enhanced heating power: the new VENTUS-X for extreme sites

    Summer is ending and the cold season is approaching. Reason enough for the Lufft sensor company to introduce an upgraded version of the VENTUS ultrasonic wind sensor – the VENTUS-X. The revised sensor is equipped with an enhanced 240-watt heater and is available from now on. To get it ready for the market, Avinor, the Norwegian airport integrator, put the VENTUS-X to the test last ...

  • Product Launch: Comm-Box and the communication package

    Comm-Box supplies complete web access to your controllers from any device with access to the Cloud, including mobile devices. Installed as an add-on to the  ...


    By Munters

  • New LufftPost newsletter issue 7-2017

    In this issue we show you how to boost your PV farm by means of intelligent weather sensors. Read in our latest LufftPost newsletter also more about the introduction of our new sales director and latest information on increasing salt levels in freshwater lakes. Moreover, we present you innovative measurement techniques for the detection of ...

  • Lufft wind sensors on Argentine research station in the Antarctica

    Reliable even in eternal ice: 20 Lufft wind sensors are installed at the oldest Argentine Antartica research base which is still in operation. Did you know that the oldest still operated Argentine research station in the Antartica is equipped with 20 Lufft wind sensors since 2011? The Lufft WS200 sensors reliably and continuously deliver info on wind directions and ...

  • WEAM4i successful final workshop!

    On April 6th 2017, WEAM4i Final Workshop was held in Barcelona to present the results of the project and its success case studies During the event, the achievements of WEAM4i smart tools which lead to better efficiency in irrigation – of both Water and Energy – were illustrated by WEAM4i consortium. The tools were demonstrated in different sites in Spain, Portugal and Germany. The ...


    By Meteosim S.L.

  • Worth reading: latest issue of Meteorological Technology International Magazine

    Discover our article about Lufft wind sensors on page 76 of the latest Meteorological Technology International issue - a leading magazine of the meteo industry. No matter whether ski resorts, TV towers or maritime measurement networks: Ultrasonic wind sensor VENTUS endures even the most extrem conditions reliably. Discover some success stories and technical details in the latest ...

  • Sutron SatLink3 XMTR, a new HDR (1200 BPS) Transmitter for METEOSAT

    OTT Hydromet is pleased to announce EUMETSAT – SL3-XMTR-NETDLHRDCP and SRDCP certification for the Sutron SatLink3 XMTR. METEOSAT high data rates of 1200 bps, as well as 100 bps, can now be used with the SatLink3 XMTR transmitter paired with the OTT netDL IP logger or the Wi-Fi enabled SatLink3 multi-communication logging transmitter. ...


    By OTT HydroMet

  • New Transport Brochure from Biral on Meteorological Sensors

    Biral’s range of visibility and present weather sensors are renowned for their quality and precision measurement of conditions in the road and rail environment. Each system can be tailored to precise needs and provides data to the forecast provider. Biral equipment provide present weather information in addition to  ...

  • RainWise, Inc. Announces New Davis-Compatible Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

    Continuing the progression of their top of the line wind sensors, LCJ Capteurs provides us another superior ultrasonic wind sensor, the Sonic-Anemo-DZP. This fully autonomous ultrasonic wind sensor powers itself through its built in solar panel requiring no additional power. It is well suited for remote installations where power consumption makes a difference. The "Plug & Play" LCJ ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • First global wind speed data from UK TechDemoSat-1 open new prospects for weather monitoring and forecasting

    The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has developed the first ever global wind speed products based on reflected GPS signals, using data from the UK TechDemoSat-1 satellite. This demonstrates the potential of this technique to improve sampling of ocean surface winds, as well as improve weather monitoring and forecasting by complementing existing satellite measurements from scatterometers and ...

  • An International Debut at the Meteorological Technology World Expo

    For the first time, FTS in September exhibited at the  ...


    By FTS

  • LT1 - Your New Compact, Rugged and Affordable Telemetry Solution

    The LT1-Cell is an MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) based compact logging transceiver for monitoring single or stacked sensors that measure environmental parameters on a cellular network. Connect an SDI-12 sensor, NMEA sensor and Tipping Bucket simultaneously Local SD card storage ensures data integrity Based on the widely-adopted MQTT protocol for simple, secure ...


    By FTS

  • 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.

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