Lufft will be responsible for weather information with our weather sensors at the FIFA World Cup 2014. The weather data will be measured directly in the football stadiums, and distributed throughout the country. More to read about this project in this blog entry…
Udo Kronmüller, Lufft Sales Manager for business unit ‘Wind and Weather’ answered the questions by the wind fair portal. Read in the complete interview how long Lufft worked to ensure that our products are consistently suitable for harsh applications on wind energy plant turbines.
The World Solar Challengeis a biennial solar-powered car race which covers 3,021 km through the Australian Outback.It is known as the hardest race of solar cars on earth. The race attracts teams from around the world, most of which are fielded by universities or corporations although some are fielded by high schools.
The AON Center Tower is not only second tallest skyscraper in Los Angeles, but it is one of the newest sites for a WS501-UMB sensor by Lufft. The Aon Center Tower building control and automation system plans to use the WS501-UMB to monitor temperature, humidity, solar radiation and wind from the rooftop 63 stories up!