Sferic Live makes fully-integrated camera plus weather data network accessible to media customers across the world
Wind measurement experts claim that LiDARs have been replacing met masts to become the sole wind measurement tool used for offshore resource assessment and power curve verification purposes - Leosphere press release.
Biral, one of the world’s leading meteorological specialists, has just added a useful test function to its entire range of visibility and present weather sensors.
Success story of Lufft's Dutch Partner: The active road and runway weather sensor ARS31Pro-UMB will be installed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
The first phase is now going on and means placing ARS31-sensors in the runway “Kaagbaan”. Later this year sensors will be placed at the terminals.
The active ARS31Pro-UMB sensor is flush-mounted in the road/runway surface and measures the freezing temperature by means of active cooling and heating of the sensor surface.
Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. (Munich Re, US) has developed an immersive Tornado Virtual Reality Experience to help people and businesses understand the devastation wrought by a tornado and the need to embrace resiliency to help reduce future property losses and save lives, all without actually being in harm’s way.
Weather radar gives unique picture of Newcastle Researchers at Newcastle University are creating the most detailed picture yet of rainfall and flood risk in Newcastle, thanks to a brand new radar.
Located on the roof of the University´s 12-storey Claremont Tower, the radar will provide data to ten times the resolution that is currently available and will be used to provide a unique understanding of urban flood risk in the city centre.
Its installation coincides with the fourth anniversary of the ´Toon Monsoon´ of 28 June 2012, and scientists anticipate that the real time data captured by the radar will give the most detailed picture yet of the intensity and amount of rainfall over the city, as well as how it flows and collects on the surface. see more details at: