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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.
True to the motto "After the Winter is before the Winter" we already bear the next winter season in mind.
You are invited to our webinar about measurement technology for runway weather detection and how to apply MARWIS in TALPA applications/workflows. Don't miss out!
Success story of our Dutch Partner: The active road and runway weather sensor ARS31Pro-UMB will be installed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
The latest LufftPost Newsletter issue looks back on the innovative month in which we launched two new products.
Airport focused? Then you shouldn't miss the latest issue of the Airport Focus magazine which contains an article about our new VS20k visibility sensor.
A new measuring tool for meteorological services, airports, road maintenance depots, and winter sport regions, as well as for the renewable energy production is now available from Lufft: the SHM31 measures snow depths of up to 15 metres in mere...
You missed our webinar about the first introduction of our new laser-based snow depth sensor Lufft SHM31 with explanation of the measurement principle and the main advantages out of it? No problem - watch the recording now!
In our latest press release, we announced the official launch of the VS20k. This is the first Lufft visibility sensor on the market that can measure at distances of up to 20 kilometers, thus making it particularly suitable for meteorological...
The latest issue of the LufftPost newsletter is available. We have prepared exciting topics for you!
Reliable even in eternal ice: 20 Lufft wind sensors are installed at the oldest Argentine Antartica research base which is still in operation
With the now available non-invasive, stationary road weather sensor StaRWIS we continued the evolution of spectroscopic sensors consequently. It is based on the award-winning technology of the mobile weather sensor MARWIS which was launched in end of...