Weather Monitoring


Today's weather monitoring systems need to be not only reliable in terms of durability and data quality, but must also provide ease of operation, reduced maintenance requirements and energy demand efficiency while working continuously and often in remote, mostly unattended sites. These features are expected for the best possible acquisition of weather information in the most diverse applications, be it for remote sensing validation or for indispensable local measurements, all of which demand accurate and readily available weather data.


Meteorology and Climate sensors

    ➤ Air Temperature and Relative Humidity

    ➤ Barometric Pressure

    ➤ Wind Speed and Wind Direction

    ➤ Rainfall, Precipitation

    ➤ Solar Radiation


Specialized Sensors

    ➤ Present Weather

    ➤ Snow

    ➤ Lightning

    ➤ On-deck systems


All-in-One Sensors

    ➤ Compact form factor requirements

    ➤ Quick deployment

    ➤ Urban environments

    ➤ Mobile measurements


Aviation Weather

    ➤ Cloud (ceilometer)

    ➤ Wind Shear (LOA)

    ➤ Visibility

    ➤ RVR


















tipping bucket

Rainfall Sensor, "tipping bucket" type


snow depth

Optical and Ultrasonic Snow Depth Sensors


mobile

Vehicle-Mounted All-in-One Weather Station


wake vortex

Airport Wake Vortex Sensor