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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How a Lufft weather sensor got on a 50 m high tower in Braunschweig, Germany

The amateur radio interest group of the German national test authority in Braunschweig runs an own amateur radio as well as a relay station (DB0PTB). Since July 2017 they are proud operators of a professional weather station which is placed at a very special site…

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Learning by doing: a Lufft weather sensor for a special school project

Thanks to the financial support of generous donors, the Integrated Comprehensive School in Ludwigshafen-Edigheim was able to acquire a professional weather sensor from Lufft. A project group guided by informatics teacher Pascal Deneaux was able to recruit BASF, a local bank, a plumber company and several parents as sponsors.

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The best Lufft blog posts of last year

2017 is over – but the most popular blog posts from 2017 are still up to date! In the following we take a look back at our most important topics of the past year…

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