Meteorological Technology World Expo 2016

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Meteorological Technology World Expo is the must-attend event for any company or organisation looking for more accurate and next-generation weather forecasting and climate-change measurement technologies and services. Being an internationally-renown expert in measuring solar irradiance and a key exhibitor at MTX Kipp & Zonen is eager to show you its latest developments, answer your questions and discuss your specific measuring requirements.

From September 27 to 29
Location: Madrid, Spain

MTX is organised by the publishers of Meteorological Technology International magazine, the world’s only publication dedicated to weather, climate and hydrometeorological prediction, measurement and forecasting instruments and services. MTX combines a free-to-attend Exhibition with a free-to-attend Conference in the same hall, meaning visitors can pick and choose which sessions they need to watch and then spend the rest of their time circling the exhibition searching for new technologies or services.

Circling the exhibition means dropping by the Kipp & Zonen booth! We are proud to say that our high-performance solar radiation measuring instruments are used by the majority of meteorological institutes and installed at solar plants all around the world. Our pyranometers range from the low cost silicon SP Lite 2 to the best performance instruments on the market. And since 2015 a wide range of Smart pyranometers too.

Whether you’re new to measuring solar radiation, net radiation or heat fluxes; or whether you have known us for years, please feel welcome to visit booth 3045. We promise to make it worth your while, and not just because of the delicious coffee and traditional Dutch ‘stroopwafels’ we serve!

At last year's expo we launched our extended range of Smart instruments. Watch the video interview that was recorded on the booth:

Hope to meet you at the Expo in Madrid to present our latest development in solar radiation measurement.

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