Discover the Fascinating World of Aerospace: ILA Trade Show in Berlin

The ILA has developed over time to become a leading event for the aerospace industry. This year, it will take place at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport from 1st to 4th June 2016 once again providing an important meeting place for decision makers from politics, aviation business, science and research. We are represented at the shared booth of industry partners throughout Berlin and Brandenburg in Hall 3, no. 413a and show the importance of metrology regarding your travel safety…

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Better than guessing: How MARWIS helps to enhance traffic safety

Crazy winter in the US: Snow storm Jonas was raging in the country few days ago and triggered several traffic accidents and casualities. Of course every party concerned is looking for ways to better prepare for and deal with storms like Jonas in the future. In the following, Ann Pattison from Lufft USA explains how school bus drivers in North Carolina manage to bring students to school safely and how every driver has a chance to lower traffic risks during cold days.

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New Lufft technology improves winter service in Offenburg

During cold days, there’s a lot of action on the yard of the technical services in Offenburg: Large gritters drive in and out, employees fill the road salt containers and clean the snow ploughs. However, the Deputy Head of Operations there took his time to report on the challenges of the winter service and shared his experiences with the new sensor technology MARWIS.

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Clever ice warning systems of the MeteoGroup

In cases of rain, snow, low sun, storms fog or frozen roads the weather can lead to dangerous traffic situations. At temperatures around 0°C it’s extraordinary critical. In the winter services’ fields of application there are many different conditions: some road sections are slippery; others are wet or even dry. Therefore the officers-in-charge wonder very year between fall and winter or winter and spring: Do I have to go out for a control tour? If so, where are the most critical spots? Joerg Riemann, meteorologist at Europe’s largest private weather service MeteoGroup, supports the winter service customers. In the following, he explains how they can make precise decisions and save time and costs with the help of data from ice warning systems…

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