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.

Continue reading ›

New from Lufft: The laser-based snow depth sensor SHM31

In future, one of our new products will support weather services, road operators, operators of winter sport areas and energy producers in the field of environmental monitoring: The SHM31 is able to deliver snow depths of up to 15 meters. It represents an advancement of the SHM30, which came onto the market in mid-2009.

Continue reading ›

Mobile sensors about to conquer Lithuania – successful MARWIS test

Our mobile road weather sensor MARWIS is about to conquer the streets of Lithuania. Why do we have this feeling? The indices speak for themselves…

Continue reading ›

Dangers Caused by Reduced Visibility in Traffic

Autumn and winter not only bring poor road conditions caused by precipitation, wet leaves and icing, but also limited visibility caused by due to fog, rain, snow, dust, or smoke. Accidents often result when car drivers are unable to recognize the vehicles ahead of them quickly enough to respond in time by braking.  Lufft visibility sensors can help to avoid many of them…

Continue reading ›