Meteorological Technology World Expo 2019

Meteorological Technology World Expo 2019 booth #1000
Hall 4, Palexpo
Geneva, Switzerland

Come and visit us at Meteorological Technology World Expo 2019!

Our booth #1000, it's right there when you enter the Palexpo hall 4.

We have the experience to help you plan and configure the system that’s right for your meteorological and hydrological needs. Our extensive knowledge of meteorology and hydrology applications coupled with our vast experience in observation technology has allowed us to create solutions even for the most unimaginable places. - come and talk with our experts at the booth!

See the latest in lidars from Leosphere (now a Vaisala company), discover new products and discuss key new reference cases in capacity building. Our experts will be on-hand to discuss Vaisala’s industry-leading line of air quality and weather sensors, weather radars and software as well as lightning and thunderstorm warning systems. More on wind lidars here

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Ride the X-band Wave

Vaisala Expands Weather Radar Offering to Include X-band Radars

The new X-band Weather Radar provides highly accurate measurements for a limited area, filling in a gap in a national radar network or delivering precise information for an airport. Severe weather in mountainous areas and gaps under sparse weather radar networks will now be visible when X-band radars are added to the weather radar networks. Airport safety and efficiency will be improved with accurate detection and nowcasting of hazardous conditions.

New blog post on AS41 - The first deliveries have started!

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Vaisala Forward Scatter FD70 Series

Forward Scatter FD70 Series

Detect Even the Smallest Droplet and Reach Visibility Range of Up To 100 km.


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Vaisala sensor technology - the resolution for clean air

Air Quality - Let's make our cities breathable

Poor air quality is the most serious environmental health issue globally and the primary driving force for ambient air quality monitoring. Currently available reference-grade air quality monitoring stations provide accurate data, but the networks are sparse. New technologies make it possible to complement the existing measurements with compact air quality sensors.