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Gill R3 3-axis Research anemometer chosen by Plymouth Marine Laboratory to research and develop real-time motion correction

May 18th, 2022 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

Scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) – a world leader in the field of marine research – are at the next stage of their ground-breaking efforts to understand and unravel the complexities … Continue reading

AirStat system tracks critical airflows

February 4th, 2022 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

We are excited to be working with Viu Insight in a range of innovative applications using WindSonic as part of their AirStat system to measure and track air flows in … Continue reading

Fit and forget wind sensors and weather stations are a reality for sailing clubs

January 12th, 2022 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

There’s nothing to beat a real customer endorsement. This one shows when we say ‘fit and forget’ we really mean it: ‘I would like to send some praise to your … Continue reading

Seafaring drones to travel Gulf Stream collecting critical Earth system data

December 17th, 2021 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

Saildrone’s unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) use Gill WindMaster 3 –axis wind sensors as part of their critical data collection programme to improve weather forecasts and carbon accounting. Read full story

Saildrones go hurricane hunting

September 27th, 2021 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

Saildrone’s ruggedized unmanned surface vessels will be carrying out hurricane research in the Atlantic using Gill WindMaster precision 3-axis ultrasonic anemometers to measure wind speed and direction. #anemometers #windspeed … Continue reading

Ground breaking autonomous ship uses critical sensors combined with AI

August 12th, 2021 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

Gill Instruments compact weather station is among the critical sensors on board the ground breaking autonomous ship, MAS400 The Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS400), using ground breaking AI technology, will be … Continue reading