Great success of MiniMPL exhibit at the AMS Annual Meeting in Seattle
Our latest product, the MiniMPL , was exhibited at the 91st American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in Seattle (January 2011), as a fundamental tool for acquisition of weather-related data. Our new Lidar product, and the latest version of the software we provide with our Lidar systems, increased awareness of the capability of Micro Pulse Lidar technology over traditional ceilometers.
“The ability of our compact MiniMPL to observe multiple cloud layers and aerosol dynamics has raised many eyebrows at the exhibition” said Savy Mathur, project manager of Micro Pulse Lidar Systems at Sigma Space, who has been attending the event. He has been showing real data taken by our Lidars over the past few weeks to existing and potential customers from all over the world.
With a total of 3500 attendees and 800 exhibitors the 2011 AMS meeting has been a good venue to showcase our products. “A great opportunity to display the technological advancements of our company, and an amazing moment of sharing scientific advancement and public requirements, in order to develop new applications” said Phil DeCola, our Chief Science Officer, who has been attending technical presentations at the meeting.