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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New camera function of the MARWIS iOS app

The iOS App for managing the mobile road weather sensor MARWIS has got a new feature called “Cam Picture”. It allows you to take photos with your tablet or smartphone to be transmitted to the server of the ViewMondo monitoring software.

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Cities in France become smarter thanks to Lufft Sensors

How to save the resources of a city & simultaneously make it smarter? With real-time data from smart sensor solutions, city infrastructure is able to interact with its equipment, its citizens and its businesses. Find out more in the following…

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Meteorological early warning systems in high-risk areas

Since 1980, the number of extreme weather events has almost tripled. Through the use of early warning systems risks are to be detected in time and potential damage can be kept small. After the devastating tsunami on the coast of Thailand in the winter of 2004 and triggered by an undersea earthquake tidal wave in Fukushima in 2011, originated on the Philippines a big measurement network. On this Lufft was involved with the intelligent compact weather stations WS502-UMB. How the story went on, you can find out here…

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