New Podcast Episode: Learnings and Trends from AMS2021

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The 101st Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) was a special one. For the first time, this renowned event has been held completely virtually. More than 5,000 attendees document the steadily growing interest in meteorology.

In this episode, three experienced exhibitors share their impressions and learnings from this event. The guests are Victor Cassella, Meteorologist and Sales Engineer, Sasha Ivans, Business Development Manager – Environmental Meteorology, and Teddy Soto, Application Development Manager.

Besides various and individual findings, they agree on one conclusion: Virtual events hold great potential for sharing knowledge and interacting globally – they will stay with us in the future. Among others, our guests share these learnings from the 101st AMS Annual Meeting:

  • Niche applications still hold a huge potential for further technological developments
  • COVID-19 fuels the trend of companies providing complete monitoring solutions and support instead of single components
  • Open protocols and flexible data communication become more important
    and complex

 

Listen to OTT CAST Episode 5 for free

Further reading

There has been more to 2020 than the pandemic. Whether in Science, Energy Supply, or Road Safety applications: Reliable weather monitoring is more important than ever. Read our Meteorological Trends for 2021.

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