OTT CAST – yet another podcast…

Let’s be honest, we all get flooded with podcasts these days. But although there are loads of different podcasts around the internet, we still miss a competent talk format about environmental monitoring. That is why we are launching “OTT CAST: Let’s Talk About the Weather”. The first episode will air on Tuesday, 22 September.

Looking into your calendar, you probably think the same as we do – what a pity that one of the largest meteorological events, the Meteorological Technology World Expo won’t take place this year. Meeting our partners, customers, getting to know inspiring people in the meteorology industry always is a special event for us. We were excited to share insights about our remarkable projects, new developments, and the broad product portfolio.

So, we put our heads together to think about what we could do instead. We invite you to join us in the new Meteorology Podcast series, which will air on the 22-24 of September – the days the Meteorology Technology World Exposition should have taken place.

Free access to three episodes

Register to get free access to our three 20-minutes podcasts. You don’t have to plan with any fixed date or timeslot in your calendar. Just check the link you get via email and listen to the interviews on the date they air or later, whenever it suits you.

Find the topics and the experts below.

  • Holger Wille – Sky and Cloud Observation with Lufft Ceilometers
  • Steven Marks & Manuel Kreissig – Intelligent Road Weather Monitoring
  • Kurt Nemeth & Brad Guay – Measuring Amount and Type of Precipitation

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