Experience meets precision: Columbia Weather Systems

Columbia Weather Systems specializes in industrial-grade weather stations for professional weather monitoring. Their weather stations integrate meteorological sensors and monitoring options that serve weather data in a way that is easy to read and analyze for industries and government agencies around the world. The company has been manufacturing and selling weather stations for over 35 years. Find out more in the following post…

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Special test drive: the highlight of the last MARWIS Tour

The last two roadshows with mobile road sensor MARWIS were tracked by the browser-based evaluation software ViewMondo. This once created a very special lane, which took place on a strikingly shaped route. But what kind of route is it? Find the answer to the following blog post…

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Need to reproduce water film heights? We have a solution…

In the following article Karl Schedler from MICKS describes how you can check water film heights manually. The described procedure is amongst others used by the German Federal Highway Research Institute.

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Weather dependend velocity: TU Delft Solar Boat Team’s technology

The TU Delft Solar Boat Team looks back on a successful season in July: They were able to win five different awards of this year’s Dutch Solar Challenge (the Fryske Marren Prize, the Time Trial Award, the Top Speed Award, the Innovation Award and the Stage Award for two stages). Also at the Monaco Solar Boat Challenge they maintained their amazing course of success by receiving the Beauty Award and the second prize in the Open Class. This mostly is owed to the elaborated boat technology of the student engineers…
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