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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Five reasons to visit this year’s Solar Power International

From September 10th to September 13th 2017, Solar Power International will open its doors at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, in Las Vegas, NV. We’ll be at booth #818 and we are looking forward to your visit. In the following post, you’ll five good reasons why you should stop by.

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How important are water, snow and ice layers for the friction?

A recent research project of the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) aimed to develop a method for predicting the friction coefficient on the road. To achieve this, the team of the university’s automotive engineering section carried out extensive braking tests. For this, an important technical aid from Lufft mustn’t be left out…

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