We believe – BlueClub Partners Meeting 2015

Between 5th and 7th of October 2015, the third BlueClub Partners Meeting with our key distribution partners from all over the world took place in Berlin. In the following blog post we draw a conclusion and share the best moments with you

See you in Berlin Title

We believe that weather will influence our daily life evermore, and more extreme weather situations in all parts of the world will occur. To identify and measure these with the best accuracy and under all conditions we’re challenging the status quo of measurement technology to be aware of these events as soon as possible.

Within this year’s BlueClub meeting our worldwide partners forming our distribution network met in Berlin to discuss what the future of measurement technology will be like and what kind of sensors will be needed. Partners from more than 30 countries, with more than 250 years of experience in measurement technology in total took part and shared their insights from their worldwide markets.

Besides an excursion to Adlershof, where we visited, among others, one of the biggest wind tunnels from 1934 with a diameter between 8 m and 12 m, discussions about actual and future challenges took part. In addition, after our trip to Berlin, it can be confirmed that Berlin sometimes is even more beautiful at night than during the day. On the last day of the conference we made an excursion to the GFZ (German Research Center for Geo Science) in Potsdam, where we received many exciting insights in the extreme weather research finally.

We thank all participants for these magnificent meeting and already look forward to the next Meeting in 2016.

Note for all the participants: As you know – it is all about the “why” and not about the “how” or the “what”!

 

Tobias Weil alias Mr. Lufft & Co-writer Quirin Bürkel

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