Impressions of the European Lufft BlueClub meeting 2014

“It’s a pleasure to measure” – For me this slogan of our Belgian representative ETS is emblematic for the second Lufft Blue Club meeting with about 40 representatives from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Three days full of presentations by partners and our employees, conversations and discussions are now behind us. You can find impressions of the European Lufft BlueClub meeting 2014 in this blog entry…

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“It’s a pleasure to measure” – For me this slogan of our Belgian representative ETS is emblematic for the second Lufft Blue Club meeting with about 40 representatives from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Three days full of presentations by partners and our employees, conversations and discussions are now behind us. There was a lot of new and interesting information to report like the acquisition of the optical sensors, the ongoing development of Lufft I-BOX as well as the growth in our WS product family of smart weather sensors.

But the highlight of the meeting was for most participants certainly the long-awaited first live demonstration of our mobile weather sensor MARWIS, which you can see in our small photo and video collection…

 



We would like to thank all participants and look forward to the other Blue Club events in Santa Barbara and Singapore, which will be held in the upcoming weeks.

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