New from Lufft: The laser-based snow depth sensor SHM31

In future, one of our new products will support weather services, road operators, operators of winter sport areas and energy producers in the field of environmental monitoring: The SHM31 is able to deliver snow depths of up to 15 meters. It represents an advancement of the SHM30, which came onto the market in mid-2009.

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Berlin Adlershof – the new home of Lufft’s optical sensors

The relocation of the Lufft business field “Optical Sensors” is now complete. The Adlershof-Journal took this to the occasion to report about the new neighbors of the large technology park in Treptow-Koepenick, Berlin. How the new Lufft building looks like and what the site has to offer, you can read here…

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Intelligent sensors for our digital world

The Lufft-CEO Klaus Hirzel wrote in his latest blog entry about medium sized companies, the globalisation and business growth in the field of measurement technology. Enjoy reading…

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RWIS across the highways in Russia

There are three climate zones in Russia: The arctic, the temperate and the sub-tropical climates. At times, the country is dominated by extreme temperature differences… Read in this blog entry why measurement technology from Lufft is an important step toward making the Russian highways safer.

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