InterMET Asia 2014

InterMET Asia 2014
2014-06-02 - 2014-06-03
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+44 121 2443500
InterMET Asia 2014 is an international exhibition and conference dedicated to the meteorology industry in the Asia-Pacific region, showcasing a broad range of meteorological instruments and technologies relevant to national and international weather services and weather-sensitive businesses. InterMET Asia 2014 will enable leading international vendors of weather and environmental monitoring and analysis technologies to meet face to face with a carefully targeted group of regional buyers from no fewer than 25 countries across the APAC region. Buyers will drawn from diverse sectors including national meteorological and hydrological services (NMHSs); national environment agencies; agriculture firms; aviation companies; construction & mining companies; defence & military organisations; DOTs & public works agencies; offshore oil & gas companies; power utilities; ports & harbours, renewable energy companies; sports & recreation organisers; transporation companies; and water utilities.
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InterMET Asia is the must-attend forum for anyone interested in weather monitoring and prediction technologies. The event targets operations directors, meteorological officers, forecasters, senior scientists and director-generals from national and international weather services, as well as key decision-makers from weather-sensitive businesses. Weather and environment services: National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHS) National environment agencies Commercial weather service vendors End-user industries: Agriculture firms Offshore oil & gas companies Airlines, helicopters & FBOs Power utilities Airports & ANSPs Ports & harbours Broadcast & electronic media Renewable energy companies Construction & mining companies Sports & recreation organisers DOTs & public works Transportation companies Defence & military organisations Water utilities
Exhibitor information
InterMET Asia will showcase a broad range of meteorological instruments and technologies for a variety of environmental monitoring networks and applications. Instruments / technologies: Albedometers Psychrometers Anenometers Pyranometers Atmometers Pyrgeometers Barometers Pyrheliometers Broadband UV radiometers Quality assurance & calibration systems Ceilometers Radio acoustic sounding systems (RASS) Cloud seeding & rain enhancement Radiometers Computers, supercomputers & software Radiosondes Data processing systems Radiowind systems Data transmission systems Rain gauges Data visualisation systems Rocketsondes Dataloggers & data acquisition systems Sap flow measurement systems Dewpoint meters Satellite & remote sensing technologies Distrometers Scatter meters Evaporation gauges and pans Scintillometers Horticultural sensors Screens & shields Hydrogen generators Seismometers Hygrometers Snowgauges Ice detection & freezing rain sensors Sodars (acoustic sounders) Illuminance meters Spectroscopic light measurements Instrumented towers, masts and tripods Telephotometric instruments Lightning detectors Theodolites Luminance sensors Thermometers Lysimeters Transmissometers Microwave radiometer profilers Tsunami warning systems Moisture analysers Visibility lidars Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) gas analysers Weather balloons Nowcasting & numerical weather prediction systems Weather radars Ozone analysers & ozonesondes Wind lidars Precipitation gauges Wind profilers Specialised weather monitoring systems / automatic weather stations (AWSs) for: National meteorological & hydrological services (NMHSs) Agriculture Aviation Construction & mining Defence & military operations DOTs and public works Energy industry (conventional / renewables) Transportation

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