Lufft weather sensors are used where others failed

Visperterminen is a municipality in the district of Visp in the Swiss canton of Valais. Among other things, the highest vineyard in Europe is located here. It is also a popular winter sports area with an idyllic view of the highest mountains in Switzerland. The chairlift has recently been equipped with a weather station, which provides the community with helpful weather data…

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News from the Road Maintenance Depot in Offenburg, Germany

In winter 2015, the Road Maintenance Depot in Offenburg (TBO) equipped their fleet with the first mobile road sensor MARWIS to improve the winter service. Since then, their number has steadily increased. But how many are there in the meantime and what tasks do the smart helpers fulfill? The TBO operations manager answers these questions in the following article…

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The new Multiparameter Weather Sensor Lufft WS10 is launched!

After extensive laboratory and field tests, we are proud to announce the market launch of a new compact all-in-one weather sensor: The Lufft WS10 is  a completely new product covering new fields of application…

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Two new parameters for the Lufft weather expert’s weather station

In October 2012 we raffled a professional weather station and got to know a special hobby meteorologist. Since then Alexander Burg has been considered “the Lufft weather expert”. Recently, he expanded his weather station in Friedrichweiler, district of the municipality of Wadgassen in the district of Saarlouis, Saarbrücken, Germany, by two important parameters. On the way there, there were some hurdles to overcome…

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