At Meteorological Technology World Expo in Geneva, Florian Schmidmer, CEO at Graw Radiosondes, talked about the company’s latest, environmentally friendly radiosonde in this exclusive video.
Like most radiosondes, this solution measures atmospheric parameters such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and wind direction. However, Graw Radiosondes’ latest radiosonde also features a heater on its humidity sensor to keep the solution from freezing at cold temperatures. This is intended to reduce the environmental impact of radiosondes. Similarly, the cord between the radiosonde and its balloon is no longer plastic, but wood, latex and cotton.
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Graw Radiosondes also gave a presentation about its Graw MultiSonde and sounding center at the expo’s Open Technology Forum. To find out more, read the full story here. For more news live from the show, click here