This May, NRG Product Manager Dwyer Haney attended two fire weather conferences in the American West — the 12th Fire and Forest Meteorology Symposium and the Fire Continuum Conference.
The 98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting (AMS) drew a near record crowd to Austin, Texas, this year. Held January 7-11, the event was attended by over 4,000 registered attendees, including scientists, educators, students, and other professionals from across the weather, water, and climate communities.
NRG Systems will be exhibiting in booth 224 at the 2018 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. This year's show will explore the crucial role that communication plays in how we respond to challenges across scientific disciplines.
NRG Systems will be attending A&WMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE) in Pittsburgh (June 5-8) and we would love to meet with you.
Leosphere recently provided the Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI) with a Windcube 100s for a research project aimed at better understanding the Arctic’s climate and improving predication of weather and climate in mid-latitude regions.
Join us in booth 643, where a Windcube Scanning Lidar and Windcube Vertical Profiler will be on display, and see how NRG Systems’ remote sensing solutions can help your organization gain real-time, highly resolved actionable intelligence, resolve uncertainty, and make informed decisions in an ever-changing environment.
NRG Systems has announced the U.S. launch of advanced Lidar solutions, introducing powerful new ways to resolve the critical air quality management challenges facing North America’s industrial and commercial sectors.
NRG Systems has announced the U.S. launch of advanced, Lidar-based remote sensing solutions, introducing powerful new ways to resolve some of the most critical weather hazard challenges facing the aviation industry.
NRG System has announced the U.S. launch of advanced Lidar solutions that offer meteorology experts real-time, high-resolution vertical and spatial profiling of the planetary boundary layer.