What does the soon mandatory RoHS certification mean for Lufft products?

Up to now RoHS wasn’t mandatory for us, because we were affected by an exception rule concerning monitoring and control instruments. This exception will end on July 22, 2017 meaning that all Lufft products on the market need to be compliant with the RoHS regulations henceforward. If we couldn’t ensure this, we aren’t allowed to further sell and export them. But how do we deal with this directive?

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Safety vs. Environment Protection: Study Discovers Increasing Salt Levels in Lakes

A recent study published by the US-American National Academy of Sciences revealed an increasing chloride amount in rural and urban freshwater lakes around the American continent. The scientists believe, that mainly road salt distributed on icy roadways is to blame for this. But how to stop this process without huge investments?

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Big Data: It’s all about the strategy

Big Data, a huge amount of data, is a challenge for researchers and analysts. Although the data sets can lead to many new insights after the evaluation, it makes the complexity, the fast rate of change, and simply the amount of data almost impossible to process them with classical methods and without smart technical aids. But Lufft has some tools on offer…

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Large Solar System in South Africa Monitored by WS600 All-in-One Weather Sensor

The largest solar farm in the Southern Hemisphere is situated in the Emthanjeni Municipality, South Africa and has a size of 100 hectares. It’s monitored, amongst others, by a WS600 all-in-one weather sensor. Find out more about the project in the following blog post.

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