Weather dependend velocity: TU Delft Solar Boat Team’s technology

The TU Delft Solar Boat Team looks back on a successful season in July: They were able to win five different awards of this year’s Dutch Solar Challenge (the Fryske Marren Prize, the Time Trial Award, the Top Speed Award, the Innovation Award and the Stage Award for two stages). Also at the Monaco Solar Boat Challenge they maintained their amazing course of success by receiving the Beauty Award and the second prize in the Open Class. This mostly is owed to the elaborated boat technology of the student engineers…
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Where do you find the latest meteo technologies at one place?

September 27 – 30, 2016 is the time to be in Madrid. Two large meteorological conferences will take place there at once: The Meteorological Technology World Expo in conjunction with WMO’s (World Meteorological Orgaization) CIMO Teco (Technical Conference on Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation) . What you can expect from us on those two events, you can find out in the following…

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New Lufft I-Box family members: The serial and the cloud version

The Lufft I-BOX family is growing: The hardware was extended by an interface and there is a new cloud version. The Lufft I-Box blazes the trail into the meteorological segment. The majority of the Lufft measurement devices can be connected plug and play.
In the following blog post, Wolfgang Clauss gives you a short overview of the new possibilities.

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The Earth in temperature change and climate change: An overview

Climate change is on everyone’s lips. There’s hardly a single news broadcast or international conference in which the subject is not brought up. But how will climate change affect our lives on Earth, and what will be different? Up until now, one thing has been clear: we are facing a rapid warming of the Earth.

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