Best service, best expertise: Lufft as supplier of Omenium

Meet Omenium – a company from Mexico that offers complete weather monitoring solutions. A big part of its team has gained experience in the maritime resp. offshore sector and is familiar with the requirements for complete weather recording solutions. In the following article you will find out why Lufft sensors were the best choice for their solutions

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When we decided to design our real-time weather monitoring system, we wanted to be able to offer our customers a complete range of sensors, for all their needs. While there are many companies out there offering a good selection of sensors, not one offered the full line that Lufft offers, and critically, the same level of precision. That motivated us to contact them and from that day, we never had any doubts about our choice. The level of service and technical expertise is among the best we received with any of our worldwide suppliers. Designing a weather system demands a lot of work and technical cooperation and Lufft was always there to assist us with our design needs. Communications lines were quickly established between their technician and ours and the project progressed smoothly until completion.

We currently have 2 full systems and are working to develop a full range of options for those units. Working with a partner like Lufft enabled us to build one of the most complete and modern weather observation system on the market. Should our customer need a vessel based system, marine application or land based application, we provide the solution. Our systems come with a set of features that enhances their usability in restricting drug trafficking, search and rescue operations, controlling territorial water, and drilling platform protection. At Omenium, we have an experienced team of professionals who build our systems with due adherence to various international standards such as NOAA, NMEA, NEMA, MIL SPECS, etc…

Our models OmniSkyONE and OmniSkyWX are available from our website at www.omenium.com.

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About the author:
My name is Dave Guitard and I have more than 15 years of experience in marine electronics and system design. I recently moved from Canada to Mexico to start the Omenium project with the help of a good friend. My passion for computers, electronics and conception all brought me in this exciting project.

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