Intertraffic Amsterdam: What you can expect at stand No. 11.532

Intertraffic is the world’s largest exhibition of traffic, parking and highway infrastructure solutions and takes place from April 5 until 8, 2016 at the RAI Amsterdam expo and conference center. We will be on-site at booth number 11.532 and show you the latest Lufft traffic solutions. Learn more about our booth in the following blog post…

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The calm before the storm: last year’s Intertraffic booth right after mounting

Intertraffic Amsterdam is the world’s largest exhibition of traffic, parking and highways infrastructure solutions and takes place from April 5 till 8, 2016 at the RAI Amsterdam expo and conference center. We will be on-site at booth number 11.532 and show you the latest Lufft traffic solutions.

Familiar Lufft booth design, new products and exhibits

Our Lufft Intertraffic booth will come in familiar blue colors and matches with the booth of the trade show’s last time. When taking a closer look you will discover some exciting news. Already established products such as the IRS31Pro-UMB we will present in a new showcase where we can unscrew the electronic parts from the housing. Visitors which were there last year already, should recognize the non-invasive NIRS31-UMB, the intelligent compact weather sensor WS600-UMB and the ultrasonic wind sensor VENTUS-UMB again. Also the WS800 weather sensor with integrated lightning detector is likely to be known by many. Besides, two brand new products will celebrate their premiere there.


Attractive design, larger ranges and better connectivity

A new Lufft visibility sensor line as successor of the classic VS20-UMB will be available in two versions in the first instance. The VS2k measures the sight of up to two kilometers and the VS20k of up to 20 kilometers. Besides the UMB protocol, they are equipped with a SDI-12 interface and a so-called ASD (Active Spider Defense) module to repel spiders which have liked to nest in the predecessor version forcing users to maintain the sensoron a regular base. A special coating as well as a vibrating motor will reduce unwanted inhabitants. However the sensor can be used offshore. For this and other applications which need to be controlled remotely, also the integrated lens contamination detection function is quite helpful.

New sensor component

Another highlight will be MARWIS 2.0. The mobile road sensor detecting multiple road weather parameters will become even more multifunctional from the new version on. After getting feedback from the first-time users, we recognized that one further measurement value was missing: the ambient air temperature. Therefore we added a new TFF (temperature humidity probe) taking over the much demanded function. In order to see for yourself, we we invite you to join a MARWIS spin through Amsterdam – a car will be parked in front of the exhibition center in order to take you on board.

Moreover you will find a live demonstration of latest ViewMondo version – the management software for your mobile and stationary road weather sensors.


We welcome You at stand 11.532

How these and other Lufft measurement instruments feel and look like, you can find out by visiting us at stand 11.532 at this year’s Intertraffic Amsterdam in the RAI convention center from 5th until 8th of April. Get your free ticket right now at the official website.


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