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Learn all you need to know about the new Lufft WS100 precipitation sensor in webinar on November 29, 2017.
In the latest issue of the North American Clean Energy magazine there's an article about efficient solar monitoring and suitable Lufft solutions.
In this newsletter issue we review an exciting month with a big event and the market launch of a product highlight...
Especially in the cold and wet season, it is vital that operational decisions can be made and implemented within a few seconds. This is especially true for meteorological data evaluations for aviation and road traffic. With the WS100, sensor...
Many environmental factors influence the performance of solar plants. The new whitepaper explains why it is important to monitor these factors and gives valuable tips on how to choose the right weather sensor.
The latest ITS International issue - a leading transport technology-related magazine - features us in an article about market trends and developments.
Variable weather conditions and the increased frequency of extreme events present a significant challenge to those responsible for keeping roads safe and passable. Discover our Road Weather Solutions for Highways and Local Authorities!
Summer is ending and the cold season is approaching. Reason enough for the Lufft sensor company to introduce an upgraded version of the VENTUS ultrasonic wind sensor – the VENTUS-X. The revised sensor is equipped with an enhanced 240-watt heater and...
What do you think? Does the replacement of mechanical wind sensors trough ultrasonic anemometers in wind turbine control pay off after less than a few years?
Preparation is half the battle - that´s why we are already thinking about the next winter season and how we can further optimize our range of road weather and ice alert systems.
Discover our new article about solar monitoring, our Ceilometer ad and other solutions including Lufft technology in the latest issue of the MTI
We supplied the amateur radio interest group DL0PTB located in the German Metrology Institute (PTB), Braunschweig with a WS601 weather station. For a few weeks, the WS601, installed on the 50-meter-high Willi Wien Tower, is in operation now.
In this issue we show you how to boost your PV farm by means of intelligent weather sensors.
Curious about risk reduction in Takeoff & Landing Performance Assessment? Feel free to download our whitepaper to discover how to improve efficiency in your TALPA process.