Between 13 and 15 October 2015, the Meteorological Technology World Expo will be held in hall 3 at Brussels Expo in Brussels, Belgium. Here you will find all important stakeholders of the meteorological industry. Why it’s worth to visit us at booth 1210, you can find out in the following article…
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1. There are seldom as many Lufft products on site at once!
At this year’s Meteo Technology World Expo we will exhibit the SHM30 snow depth sensor, the CHM 15k cloud height sensor, the mobile road sensor MARWIS, the weather sensors WS700, WS600, WS510, WS501 and WS500-UMB, the ultrasonic wind sensor Ventus-UMB and the Lufft I-BOX serial. Furthermore, we will show you the high-precision XP101 handheld instrument for temperature measurement in the industrial sector, the passive invasive road weather sensor IRS31Pro– and its active counterpart ARS31Pro-UMB. Rarely, there are as many Lufft products on site of an exhibition stand as on the Meteo Technology World Expo this year. You can benefit from the opportunity to seek advice and get to know the wide Lufft product range personally.
2. Discover fascinating innovations that enrich your working life and contribute to the road traffic safety!
The Lufft highlight innovation of the year will be on the booth for you: the MARWIS. The mobile weather sensor is already traveling on international roads and at airports. It makes traffic management both safer and more efficient. It’s small and compact, easy to handle and delivers a lot of important data at once. Its ability to detect a wide variety of weather data with one device, finally can close the black holes on your weather map. The enlarged measurement spot range can also contribute to the weather forecast improvement.
Another innovation is the Lufft I-BOX Serial. It offers everything sensor suppliers previously had to programme for customers individually and in a complex manner. This is facilitated by a practical way that makes the system particularly dynamic and adaptable: the app principle. The Lufft I-BOX developers copied this idea of the smart phone technology. However, the transfer to the professional field of meteorology is a new approach and makes the initial operation much easier than before. The Lufft I-BOX Serial works with all Lufft sensors and therefore is the missing link for the integration of weather sensors in (existing) measurement networks. You can find out how it works exactly by reading the related Lufft blog post or by asking the Lufft representatives in Brussels – we are there for you!
3. Let us convince you of the Lufft quality!
Extremely durable housing such as the Ventus ultrasonic anemometer’s metall casing, high-precision sensor performances like the XP101 hand-held meter’s temperature probe or the radiation sensor of maximum quality which is built into the WS510 weather sensor – here you have the opportunity to see for yourself, if we keep our promises.
4. Discover how you can contribute to product developments significantly!
The multifunctional environment sensors from Lufft come in many versions. The reason for the numerous options, such as the MARWIS development, the modular design of the WS-series as well as the Lufft I-BOX Serial solution, is the fact that our new products always arise from customer requirements. You tell us where the shoe pinches and what you lack and we take actions – from the initial idea to the finished product.
5. Find out how well the Lufft products suit your application – even if they are future plans!
The result of the close cooperation with you as a customer is the covering of many different needs, no matter if for meteorology, for agriculture or for traffic surveillance purposes. There is something available for everyone both for price and application specific requirements – at the latest after you have asked us!
We look forward to seeing you at booth 1210!
Your Lufft exhibition team
Related links with information on the mentioned products and the trade fair:
- Learn more about the Lufft I-BOX serial
- Our All-In-One sensors
- More information about the MARWIS
- Lufft road sensors
- The optical sensor portfolio
- More about this year’s Meteorological Tecnology World Expo in Brussels