4 convincing arguments in favor of regular sensor calibration

Calibration of sensitive instruments such as sensors – environmental or industrial is very important. Most of the companies don’t give due importance to instrument calibration. They see calibration as an unnecessary expense. However, what they don’t realize is that if measurement equipment runs out of calibration, it can cost a Company its profits, reputation and may even put it out of business.

This article helps you understand the need to calibrate sensitive measuring instruments such as sensors and the risks of not calibrating a sensor.

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MARWIS supports efficient de-icing of aircrafts

Let´s think about a wintry scene at the Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam, NL): De-iceing machines surrounding an aircraft engulfed in clouds of smoke. As you may can imagine, the de-icing process takes time as well as manpower and significantly impacts the airport’s departure capacity. Learn in this blog entry how MeteoGroup can better predict when ice can be expected to form on the wings of an aircraft and how MARWIS supports this forecast!

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Discover the NEW Radar Precipitation Sensor WS100

Introducing the NEW LUFFT WS100 radar precipitation sensor: Discover our new precipitation sensor with innovative radar measurement technology in our latest blog entry. It is fast, safe and maintenance-free! Read more here…

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Lufft sensors: Certified and accredited for international use

The measurement instruments of Lufft stand for very high quality, but they must be certified separately for official use in some countries. The standards in the various countries are sometimes very different. Many Lufft sensors already have such approvals in various countries. More to read in this blog entry…

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