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Dear Tobias Tim,
 
With this e-mail you receive the second newsletter from Lufft which is particularly made for the meteorological application field. You can expect acutal news from the world of meteorology as well as exciting information about new products and projects, that we would like to share with you once per calendar quarter.
 
Just try, take a look on the topics and get convinced by the special content of this letter!
 
And now a lot of fun during your expedition through our meteorological topics,
 
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Visit us at the Meteorological Technology World Expo in Brussels Visit us at the Meteorological Technology World Expo in Brussels 
 
Between 13 and 15 October 2015, the Meteorological Technology World Expo will be held in hall 3 at Brussels Expo in Brussels, Belgium. Here you will find all important stakeholders of the meteorological industry. Why it’s worth to visit us at booth 1210, you can find out in this newsletter!
 
We look forward to seeing you at booth #1210!
Vulcano eruptions and their influence on air traffic 
 
Vulcano ash clouds can have a huge influence on the air traffic, as shown in 2010, when an Icelandic volcano brought the European air traffic to a standstill.
 
We published recent information on the latest vulcano eruptions and their influence on air traffic.
Which consequences were derived from it? Did you know that ceilometers like the Lufft CHM15k can help to detect volcanic ash clouds and issue information about its vertical distribution in the troposphere?
 
Interested? More to read about volcanic ash clouds, the influence on aviation and the detection via ceilometers!
Vulcano eruptions and their influence on air traffic
Compact Weather Stations for Offshore applicationsCompact Weather Stations for Offshore applications 
 
Customers all over the world are convinced that our compact weather stations are the perfect partner for offshore applications like as part of water quality measurement buoys. Read in our report more about two projects on the Lake Erie in the USA:
 
» Great Lakes need great Data Buoys
» Sensor Buoys of Lake Erie
 
The German Weather Service DWD is also convinced of Lufft sensors in offshore applications and installs VENTUS Ultrasonic Anemometers in the maritime Measurement network.
Netherlands Cloud Height measured by Sensors from Lufft 
 
In the near future, the cloud height in the Netherlands will be measured by the cloud height sensors CHM 15k from Lufft. The Dutch royal weather service KNMI decided in its tender over 39 sensors to go with the Lufft product.
 
» More about the cloud height tender and the KNMI
 
By the way, our expert for cloud height, Holger Wille explains in his latest blog post, why we need standardization of measuring devices for determining the height of clouds.
 
» More about standardization of cloud height measurement
Netherlands Cloud Height measured by Sensors from Lufft
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