Gill Instruments will be attending the 93rd AMS Annual Meeting on 6th-10th January 2013 in Austin, Texas, which will focus around the theme ‘Taking Predictions to the Next Level: Expanding Beyond Today’s Weather, Water, and Climate Forecasting and Projections’.
The AMS meeting held by the American Meteorological Society combines a programme packed with conferences, workshops and exhibitors from leading meteorology professionals. Created to promote the advancements in atmospheric science and its professional applications, the annual meeting offers the perfect opportunity to discuss and share developments with industry organisation and enthusiasts.
Gill Instruments will be exhibiting on booth #913 in the main hall, showcasing the latest 2 axis WindSonic and WindObserver anemometer ranges. The Ultrasonic WindSonic and WindSonic M wind speed and direction sensors feature an optional heating system and solid-state technology to provide accurate wind speed (0-60m/s) and direction (0-359°) data.
The WindObserver range, including the WindObserver70 and WindObserver75 offer advanced ultrasonic technology and 150 watts of electrical heating power allowing operation in temperatures down to -55°C (-67°F). The WindObserver65, launched in October this year, is the newest member of the WindObserver range and is capable of providing wind speed (up to 65m/s) and directional (0-359°) data via 1 digital and optional analogue outputs. All the sensors within the range are environmentally protected to IP66 and offer multiple base, pipe and thread mount options.
In addition to the anemometer display the MetPak weather station range will also be presented alongside the Gill rain gauge.
If you would like to learn more about our products visit booth #913 or contact us to arrange a meeting at the show.