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The November issue of the Lufft Post went out and reports on the highlights of last month. Discover the latest news now:
Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH (Lufft), Solarzentrum Stuttgart GmbH (SZS) and Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS) increase cooperation to promote and educate the market on the importance of professional monitoring of PV systems (PV monitoring).
The August issue of the Lufft Post went out today and reports on the highlights of last month.
During a press conference at the IFA trade show in Berlin on August 29, 2018, Panasonic presented a project of innovative street lights to be deployed throughout the city of Solingen, Germany. On top of the street light there's a Lufft WS10 weather...
Worth reading: In the latest issue of the Meteorological Technology International you find articles from OTT and Lufft about their range of precipitation sensors and Kipp & Zonen about their innovative UV detectors.
As a little refreshment we bring you cool news about the latest product launch, our innovative precipitation sensor and traffic weather technologies with this LufftPost issue!
SPIE - the international society for optics and photonics - published an article about the evaluation of Ceilometers
Summer has finally arrived and we enjoy the sunny season. To celebrate this, we have the latest news, projects and events for you in this month's issue of the LufftPost.
Recent MeteoGroup news report about how the de-icing at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has become more efficient and flights are more punctual thanks to the use of the mobile surface weather sensor from Lufft.
In the April issue of the Lufft, we invite you to a webinar about PV monitoring, recommend an article in the Meteo Tech Intl. Magazine, present a new Lufft eBook about Solar Power Info Sources and invite you to discover the Lufft Blog posts of the...
In the April issue of the Meteorological Technology International Magazine you find an article about our latest optical sensors CHM8k and SHM31 and how they perform in the field.
In the February 2018 issue of the LufftPost we provide you with some useful reading material in terms of a sensor comparison study and a guide of the latest product novelty as well as an Intertraffic Amsterdam preview.
The product innovation Lufft CHM8k complements the Lufft ceilometer family and is suitable for applications in which low-lying measurement ranges in up to eight kilometers are in focus. Application examples are security-related monitoring tasks on...
OTT Hydromet, a Division of Hach Company, and a global leader in hydrological and meteorological solutions integrates Kipp & Zonen, a leading manufacturer of solar radiation and atmospheric measurement instruments, based in Delft, Netherlands.
In the last Lufft post in 2017 our Managing Director reviews the highlights of the year and gives an outlook on the coming year.