Securing the Airspace with Lufft Ceilometers

Since the early days of aviation, clouds stand in the way between mankind and the sky. Today, to secure airspace and guarantee a safe flight, airports rely on meteorological instruments called ceilometers. In a recent article for the distinguished review Meteorology Technology International, our application expert Holger Wille and I explained what kind of instrument that is and how it works. 

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Why are active and passive Lufft Runway sensors always coupled at airports?

We offer both passive and active embedded pavement sensors. The following article explains, why the active one is needed especially on airports and how they are configured via the UMB Config Tool .NET…

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Growing Use of Mobile Sensor MARWIS on Airports

In the last weeks we received several new success stories of the mobile pavement sensor MARWIS. Especially in aviation applications it is becoming more and more established. And the advantages of the sensor are obvious…

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All about flight safety: Visit us at the World ATM Congress in Madrid

This awaits you at this year’s World ATM Congress in Madrid.

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