Meteorology

OTT HydroMet Supports HydroSKIN Project

OTT HydroMet experts Katja Weber, Application Development Manager and Torsten Dose, Technical Support Manager recently attended a groundbreaking ceremony for a  unique monitoring application. This cutting-edge, innovative engineering project is...
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2023 Watershed Monitoring Trends

Amongst political unrest, COVID-19, and the continued threat of climate change, 2023 is shaping up to be yet another unprecedented year. As we look to the horizon, one thing is...
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Top 5 Most Read Blog Articles 2022

The information and stories people look for tell a lot about a certain period. In 2022, the most read articles on this blog show a growing interest in solar energy...
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Early Warnings for All – How to Invest Sustainably

The World Meteorological Organization has launched an ambitious initiative: Within five years, every person on this planet must be protected by early warning systems. While the mission sounds clear and...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit OTT HydroMet at Meteorological Technology World Expo 2022

Bonjour Paris! After three long years, the world’s meteorological community finally reunites at Meteorological Technology World Expo. As a leading developer and manufacturer of environmental monitoring solutions, OTT HydroMet is...
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Podcast: Weather Monitoring for Rail Traffic

Railway traffic is the backbone of both business and individual transport. Keeping the flow safe and on time is a challenge, especially due to the fact that railways are prone...
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Podcast: RWIS Lite – Increasing Safety with Streamlined Road Weather Information Systems

Keeping roads and highways safe is critically. In addition to autumn’s and winter’s perils, the increase of weather fluctuations and extreme weather events throughout the year pose further challenges to...
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Podcast: A Trip to the Scottish Islands – On-Site Checks & Calibration

The Scottish Islands are, undoubtedly, a beautiful part of the world. Amid awesome cliffs, green valleys, and wild beaches, the main means of transport are the ferries bringing people and...
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The Danaher Story

How a swift-flowing river inspired a new kind of company and shaped our course. Danaher takes its name from a tributary of the South Fork Flathead River in western Montana....
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Preventing Rails From Heat-Induced Deformation in the UK

Network Rail has installed 60 new sustainably powered weather stations to monitor the country's railways from London Euston to Carlisle. The product of choice is a Lufft WS601, that provides...
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An Expedition to Canada’s Highest Weather Station at Mount Logan

At an elevation of 5,959 meters (19,551 feet), Mount Logan is the highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest peak in North America. Its extraordinary topography and almost 300 meters...
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Podcast: Live from #IFAT2022 – Setting up a water monitoring network

One year after the cataclysmal floods in Western Germany and its bordering states, politicians and scientists of various disciplines are discussing measures to mitigate the impact and harm of heavy...
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