10 -12 October 2017 Amsterdam
Meteorological Technology World Expo is a truly international exhibition of the very latest climate, weather and hydrometeorological forecasting, measurement and analysis technologies and service providers for a global community of key decision makers within the aviation industry, shipping companies, marine/port installations, airports, military operations, off-shore exploration companies, wind farm operators, met offices, agriculture operations and research institutes.
This year’s event showcases more new products than ever, including the latest pyranometers, ice detectors, visibility sensors, dataloggers, particle identifiers, rain gauges, radar solutions, analytics platforms and lightning detection systems.
“Meteorologists – and organizations and operations that simply need better forecasting abilities and information – are going to see more technology on show than ever before!” said Graham Johnson, managing director at UKi Media & Events, the company behind Meteorological Technology World Expo.
The World Expo will also host two free-to-attend conferences, running simultaneously on the expo floor, showcasing 60 exclusive, never-before-seen conference papers.
Noteworthy speakers include: Dr Peter Edwards, senior research fellow, Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories, UK; Dr Yong-Gyoo Kim, principal research scientist, KRISS, Korea; Jan Sondij, senior advisor aviation meteorology, KNMI, Netherlands; Frédéric Barbaresco, senior expert, Thales Air Systems, France; and Prof Giles Harrison, professor of Atmospheric Physics – Department of Meteorology, University of Reading, UK.
Now in its seventh year, this truly global exhibition attracts around 200 exhibiting companies and 4,000 attendees from over 100 countries.
Meteorological Technology World Expo 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. In effect, the World Expo brings the pages of the magazine to life.