New Meteorological Sensor Technologies at AMS 2020
Comptus, Inc. will be in attendance at the AMS show in Boston, MA January 13-16, 2020. New technology and improved partnerships (with Barani Design & Subsurface Insights) will be showcased during the event. Comptus’ Critical Infraastructure Control Systems provide accurate data, improved response times, & increaased automation in a diverse varitey of environmental conditions and have numerous industry applications.
Internet-of-Things innovation will be seeping into the forefront of AMS 2020 in Boston, MA this winter with the introduction of MeteoHelix® IoT micro-weather stations capable of meeting strict measurement guidelines of the NWS and WMO for long-term global warming observations.
While Europe has already adapted the first wave of low cost IoT https://www.dhiverse.org.uk/cheap-kamagra/ meteorological sensors and weather stations with mixed results, the lessons learned can benefit the adoption of these technologies to let USA take the lead. Lessons learned from the first wave of IoT meteorological sensors have shown that data quantity does not replace data quality. Artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced statistical methods made good on identifying anomalies and sensor failures but fall short in compensating for systematic and long-term sensor measurement errors due to inadequate measurement system stability and the influences of the local environment. For now, the golden rule of science, “garbage in = garbage out” still maintains its merit.
Comptus Inc. of stand 341 will showcase the MeteoHelix® IoT professional weather stations and sensors conforming to NWS and WMO standards from BARANI DESIGN Technologies at the 100th AMS Annual Meeting 13–16 January 2020 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, 415 Summer St., Boston, MA USA.
Other sensors on hand from BARANI DESIGN Technologies will include the precise and robust MeteoWind® 2 and MeteoWind® Compact combined heated anemometers with wind vanes with a preliminary MEASNET/IEC 61400-12-1:2017 edition 2 class A = 4.4 and class C = 4.7. Also showcased will be the MeteoTemp™ temperature and humidity probe and the new standard for precision atmospheric air temperature measurement, the MeteoShield® Professional, a helical radiation shield for professional AWOS weather stations.
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