97th AMS Annual Meeting | 22–26 January 2017 | Seattle, WA

List of Main Hall Exhibitors

The AMS Annual Meeting is host to the largest exhibit program anywhere in the atmospheric, oceanic, and related sciences. Exhibitors come from all over the United States and abroad showcasing a wide range of products, publications, and services.

AccuWeather, Inc.
385 Science Park Road
State College, PA 16803
Contact: Richard Frank
E-mail: richard.frank@accuweather.com
Telephone: 814.235.8640
Booth Number(S): 627

Over 1.5 billion people worldwide rely on AccuWeather to help them plan their lives, protect their businesses, and get more from their day. AccuWeather provides hour-by-hour and minute-by-minute forecasts with Superior Accuracy(tm) with customized content and engaging video presentations available through smart phones, tablets, free wired and mobile Internet sites via AccuWeather.com, award winning AccuWeather apps, connected TVs, wearables, smart homes, and connected cars, as well as radio, television, newspapers, and the AccuWeather Network cable channel. Established in 1962 by Founder, President, and Chairman Dr. Joel N. Myers - a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society who was recognized as one of the top entrepreneurs in American history by Entrepreneur Magazine's Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurs book - AccuWeather also delivers a wide range of highly-customized enterprise solutions to media, business, government, and institutions, as well as weather news, content, and video for more than 180,000 third-party websites. AccuWeather's CEO, Barry Lee Myers, is an award winning leader in global weather information issues and one of the world's most recognized advocates for cooperative relationships between government weather agencies and the weather industry. He is a leader in the digital weather information space.
Ace Info Solutions, Inc.
Booth Number(S): 735

Ace Info Solutions, Inc. (AceInfo) provides talented, dedicated IT and meteorology professionals to assist NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) with technology engineering, software development, system integration, statistical and predictive modeling, cybersecurity, and program management. Our team helps NOAA NWS scientists and engineers develop and maintain leading-edge weather forecasting and data management systems.

AceInfo supports NWS’s Meteorological Development Lab (MDL) meteorologists in statistical modeling, research and application testing, digital database development, model interpretation and evaluation, modernized product generation, and storm surge software application production.

Founded in 2000, AceInfo has proven experience prioritizing client satisfaction, project quality, and providing innovative cost-effective solutions. AceInfo’s mission is to create enduring value to ourclients.

For more information, please visit www.aceinfosolutions.com.

Advances in Atmospheric Sciences

Advances in Atmospsheric Sciences
Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP)
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
Chao Yang District, P. O. Box 9804
Beijing  CHINA,100029
Contact: Ling Jin
E-mail: jinling@mail.iap.ac.cn
Telephone: (86) 82995054
Booth Number(S): 545

Advances in Atmospheric Sciences(Adv. Atmos. Sci.),  launched in 1984, aims to rapidly publish original scientific papers on the dynamics, physics and chemistry of the Atmosphere and Ocean. It covers the latest achievements and developments in the atmospheric sciences, including marine meteorology and meteorology-associated geophysics, as well as the theoretical and practical aspects of these disciplines.

Papers on weather systems, numerical weather prediction, climate dynamics and variability, satellite meteorology, remote sensing, air chemistry and the boundary layer, clouds and weather modification, can be found in the journal. Papers describing the application of new mathematics or new instruments are also collected here.

Submit your paper via: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/aasiap

Find more here:

American Geophysical Union
Booth Number(S): 232

American Institute of Physics
American Institute of Physics
Marketing Director
1 Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740
Contact: Jeff Bebee
E-mail: jbebee@aip.org
Telephone: 301-209-3005
Booth Number(S): 342

Your AMS membership also comes with benefits from the American Institute of Physics (AIP). AIP has been sending Physics Today magazine to AMS members since 2014, when AMS joined the AIP federation.  Most of AIP's benefits are to the scientific community at large:   

  1. The central directory of historical resources in the physical sciences.
  2. An active Society of Physics Students that brings hundreds of undergraduates into AMS student memberships.
  3. Statistical research on education and employment trends in the physical sciences.
  4. A jobs board with 200+ jobs/month, and more.  

Stop by the booth to share your opinions as a member of the AIP community and walk away with a free light-up pen!

American Meteorological Society

45 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
Contact: Headquarters
E-mail: amsinfo@ametsoc.org
Telephone: 617-227-2425
Booth Number(S): 333, W300

AMS is one of the country's leading voices in the weather, water, and climate community. Since 1919, we have focused on advancing the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences, technologies, applications, and services.

The AMS Resource Center provides information about AMS membership and programs, including journals and books, certification, precollege and college education initiatives, student opportunities, the AMS Policy Program, local chapters, and AMS meetings. AMS provides many opportunities for everyone across the entire enterprise, whether you're just starting your career or have years of experience in your field.

Be sure to stop by to learn more about AMS and our community of researchers, scientists, broadcasters, authors, educators, and other professionals, as well as students and weather enthusiasts.

Asheville, NC - The Collider

The EDC for Asheville-Buncombe County
Director of Business Development
36 Montford Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
Contact: Clark Duncan
E-mail: cduncan@ashevillechamber.org
Telephone: 828-258-6134
Booth Number(S): 120

Headquartered in Asheville, North Carolina, the Collider is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, non-advocacy innovation center focused on climate solutions, offering opportunities for “strategic collisions” between business and science. Are you seeking expertise with climate change solutions for your business, corporation, municipality, or governmental entity? Are you a startup with a new idea around climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience, or an established company looking to relocate or expand? We want to talk to you.

We are entrepreneurs, scientists, and engineers informing critical business and civic decisions. Our world-class facility is just a “campus walk” away from the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), a division of NOAA.

Stop by Booth 120 to meet the innovative leadership and partners of Asheville’s Climate Collider. Likewise, please visit the Collider and the Economic Development Coalition for Asheville & Buncombe County to learn more about doing business together.

Atmospheric Science Librarians International
University of California, San Diego
Earth & Marine Sciences Librarian
9500 Gilman Drive #0699
La Jolla, CA 92093-0699
Contact: Amy Butros
E-mail: abutros@ucsd.edu
Telephone: (858) 822-3074
Booth Number(S): 338

Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) is an international professional association for atmospheric science librarians, institutions, and organizations involved in atmospheric research. We are excited to share our passion for the atmospheric sciences with you.

Ball Aerospace

Booth Number(S): 513, W417

Ball Aerospace pioneers discoveries that enable our customers to perform beyond expectation and protect what matters most. We create innovative space solutions, enable more accurate weather forecasts, drive insightful observations of our planet, deliver actionable data and intelligence, and ensure those who defend our freedom go forward bravely and return home safely.

Vice President, Marketing
4930 Research Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35805
Contact: Kim Grantham
E-mail: kim.grantham@baronweather.com
Telephone: 256.881.8811
Booth Number(S): 519

Baron provides end-to-end solutions for distributing critical weather intelligence to enhance the safety of life and property around the world. Products and services on display in booth 519 include Baron Gen3 radar, the next-generation radar system from Baron, delivering superior data precision, automated performance monitoring and reliability. Forecast models and an extensive suite of Baron hydrological capabilities are available, in addition to precision flood analysis and alerting. The new Baron Lynx display delivers precision analysis of radar data, as well as a host of value-added data products. Mobile apps provide display in the field and among the general populace.

With a commitment to reducing weather-related loss of life and property, Baron’s Critical Weather Intelligence delivers actionable information for officials to make mission-critical decisions when and where accuracy is needed most. Learn more at baronweather.com.

Beijing Piesat Information Technology Co., Ltd
Booth Number(S): 110

Bureau of Reclamation, Research and Development Office

Bureau of Reclamation
Programs Information Specialist
Denver Federal Center
Building 56, Rm 1017
Denver, CO 80225
Contact: Ronda Dorsey
E-mail: rdorsey@usbr.gov
Telephone: 3034452624
Booth Number(S): 334

The Bureau of Reclamation, under the U.S. Department of the Interior, was established in 1902 and is best known for the dams, powerplants, and canals it constructed in the 17 western states.  These water projects led to homesteading and promoted the economic development of the West.  Reclamation is the largest wholesaler of water and second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the country. Reclamation’s Research and Development Office applies science and technology to advance the agency’s mission to manage, develop, and protect water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public. 
Cambridge University Press
Booth Number(S): 233

Cambridge University Press' publishing in books and journals combines state-of-the-art content with the highest standards of scholarship, writing and production.  Visit our stand to browse new titles, available at 20% discount, and to pick up sample copies of our journals.  Visit our website to find out more about what we do: www.cambridge.org/academic

Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
815 West 1800 North
Logan, UT 84321-1784
Contact: Dan Anderson
E-mail: danderson@campbellsci.com
Telephone: 435.227.9746
Booth Number(S): 105

Campbell Scientific specializes in research-grade instruments for a wide range of applications relating to meteorology, micrometeorology, water resources, renewable energy, and more. Our stand-alone measurement and control systems have been operating worldwide for over 40 years-often in extremely harsh environments.

We offer a range of sensors and systems that includes: automated weather stations, evapotranspiration stations, eddy-covariance systems, trace-gas analyzers, water-monitoring systems, lightning-warning systems, soil-moisture measurement systems, and a recently added line of optical weather sensors. Campbell Scientific products are known for flexibility and reliability.

Our recently added CR6 datalogger is a powerful core component. We combined the best features of all our dataloggers and added: faster communication, low power requirements, built in USB, compact size, and improved analog input accuracy and resolution. The CR6 introduces our new universal (U) terminal, an ingenious way to allow virtually any sensor-analog, digital, or smart-to be connected to any U terminal.

Chinese Meteorological Society
Chinese Meteorological Society
46 South Zhongguancun Ave
Haidian District
Beijing  CHINA,
Contact: Lan Yi
E-mail: cmsams@cms1924.org
Booth Number(S): 740

Founded on 10 October 1924, the Chinese Meteorological Society (CMS) is one of the earliest associations of natural science professionals in China, seeking to promote meteorological observation, research, and development. The CMS’s journalActa Meteorologica Sinica (ACTA) started its first issue in 1925 and its English Edition in 1987. The ACTA English Edition was renamed as Journal of Meteorological Research (JMR) in 2014. JMR covers observational, modeling, and theoretical research and applications in weather forecasting and climate prediction, as well as related topics in geosciences and environmental sciences. JMR intends to promote the exchange of S&T innovation and thoughts between Chinese and foreign meteorologists. JMR contains academic papers, research/field program highlights, conference reports, and comprehensive discussions on meteorological research and operation undertaken in China and beyond. Link to CMS journals

Climate Signals

Climate Nexus
171 Madison Avenue
Suite 901
New York, NY 10016
Contact: Rose Andreatta
E-mail: randreatta@climatenexus.org
Booth Number(S): 644

Climate Signals is a digital science platform for cataloging, illustrating, and mapping the impacts of climate change. Currently in open-beta release, the platform is designed to identify the chain of connections between greenhouse gas emissions and individual climate events.

Climate Signals consists of an online database of climate change events and their links to greenhouse gas emissions, custom "signal tree" infographics, an event mapping engine, a searchable database of science reports, and a searchable gallery of climate change monitors relaying real time data.

Coastal Environmental Systems
Coastal Environmental Systems, Inc.
820 First Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134
Contact: Kevin North
E-mail: marketing@coastalenvironmental.com
Telephone: 206-682-6048
Booth Number(S): 226

Coastal Environmental Systems designs, engineers and manufactures professional meteorological weather stations for every type of environmental monitoring. The company is a leading provider of fixed and portable monitoring systems in the fields of agriculture, scientific research, industrial, shipboard, aviation and emergency response.

Founded in 1981, Coastal has extensive experience building custom systems for extreme environments such as the North and South Poles, deserts and rain forests. Coastal has customer installations worldwide, including: France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Japan, China, Brazil, Mexico and Turkey. Additional customers include NOAA, NAV CANADA, NASA, National Weather Service, FAA, and the US Government and Military.

With over 1200 installations worldwide, Coastal aviation weather systems operate on every continent and in every environment. Coastal's AWOS measure and report weather data at permanent, mobile, and portable airfields with the flexibility to integrate any weather sensor. Systems can have up to 10 sensor groups (full/partial) on one or multiple runways.

Additional operational solutions Coastal provides are built around the portable WEATHERPAK®, which was co-developed with the US Navy.

CyberData Technologies, Inc.
Jim Bailey
455 Springpark Place
Ste 300
Herndon, VA 20170
Contact: Jim Bailey
E-mail: jim.bailey@cyberdatainc.com
Telephone: 301-938-2128
Booth Number(S): 539

CyberData is an SBA Certified Minority Woman-owned Company incorporated in 2000. Since our foundation, CyberData has built a leading reputation by delivering enterprise class solutions within prescribed timelines and budgets. CyberData provides extensive engineering and support for NOAA's critical infrastructures, atmospheric, storm surge and river forecast modeling, scientific application and algorithm development, real-time support for automated surface observations and GIS-related support services. 
Davis Instruments
Davis Instruments
3465 Diablo Avenue
Hayward, CA 94545
Contact: Doug Analla
E-mail: douga@davisnet.com
Telephone: 510.940.1812
Booth Number(S): 528

Davis Instruments is a privately-owned manufacturer of high-quality weather, automotive and marine products. Located in Hayward, CA, all manufacturing is handled on site, including research, engineering, production and distribution.

Vantage Connect® tracks weather data from any remote location that has cellular coverage using cloud technology. Solar-powered and self-contained, Vantage Connect combines the function of a weather station receiver and a cellular modem to report weather data from multiple Davis Weather Station configurations. Great for remotely monitoring one location or creating weather networks for commercial broadcast, research or industry applications.

Davis is a recognized leader in providing affordable, precision weather instruments to meet the needs of the consumer and commercial marketplaces. Used by meteorologists and many industry professionals, Davis’ Vantage Pro2™ and Vantage Vue® weather stations have become trusted, integral tools thanks to their renowned accuracy and durability.

To learn more, please visit Booth 528 or visit www.davisnet.com

DOE/ARM Program

DOE ARM Climate Research Facility
ARM Communications Team Lead and Public Information Officer
PO Box 999
6th Street
Richland, WA 99352
Contact: Hanna Goss
E-mail: hanna.goss@pnnl.gov
Telephone: 509-375-3824
Booth Number(S): 726

Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Climate Research Facility operates remote-sensing instruments on aircraft and at world-wide sites to obtain measurements of clouds, aerosols, precipitation, and radiative energy for studying global climate change. As a scientific user facility, ARM data are freely available and scientists can propose to conduct field campaigns that use the facilities.
Dyacon, Inc.

Product Engineer
1770 research Park Way
Suite 168
Logan, UT 84341
Contact: Eugene Bodrero
E-mail: sales@dyacon.com
Telephone: 435.753.1002
Booth Number(S): 718

Booth: 718

Dyacon designs and manufactures, high-value weather instruments for commercial and industrial applications. Equipment is designed to be configured, installed, and maintained by end users with minimal technical skills; no custom datalogger programming required.

The Dyacon weather station controller integrates sensor interfaces, data logging, solar charging, and wireless communications into a single device, improving ease-of-use, reducing cost, and optimizing performance.

Our digital, Modbus sensors can be connected directly to our weather station controllers, PLCs, or other automation equipment. SDI-12 sensors are also available.

Dyacon weather stations and sensors show our passion for developing affordable and practical solutions.

E + E Elektronik Corporation
E + E Elektronik
Executive Admin
333 East State Parkway
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Contact: Gayle Martens
E-mail: office@epluse.com
Telephone: 847-490-0520
Booth Number(S): 229

While most sensors hide indoors during harsh weather, E+E Elektronik’s sensors can withstand the harshest elements and outshine the darkest storm. Humidity and temperature play an important role in meteorology, and exact measurement of these climatic values is the basis for appropriate forecasts and significant recordings. E+E Elektronik is your sensor specialist for all of your meteorological applications producing sensors and transmitters for the measurement of humidity, CO2 , dew point, air velocity, flow, and temperature, and moisture in oil sensors. Sensors are offered in a wide range of options from your smallest sensing element for OEM applications, to transmitters with analog and digital outputs, to hand-held meters for commissioning and testing, and finally dataloggers for critical applications that require constant reporting with repeatable results. E+E Elektronik operates a nationally accredited calibration laboratory and is appointed to maintain the “National Standard for Humidity in Austria,” ensuring accurate readings for the life of the sensor, and is also NIST traceable. E+E Elektronik partners with numerous meteorological institutes from KNMI (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute) in The Netherlands to the DWD (Deutscher Wetterdienst), Germany’s National Meteorological Service, and we look forward to partnering with you! 
Earth Networks

Earth Networks
Senior VP - Global Sales
12410 Milestone Center Drive,
Germantown, MD 20876
Contact: Jim Anderson
E-mail: janderson@earthnetworks.com
Telephone: 1-301-250-4000
Booth Number(S): 527, W202

Earth Networks has been taking the pulse of the planet for more than 20 years. We help organizations mitigate financial, operational and human risk by providing environmental intelligence from the world's largest hyperlocal weather network. Our weather, lightning and greenhouse gas monitoring sensors keep businesses and governments informed, updated and alerted by powering a suite of technologically advanced decision-support, collaboration and weather data visualization products.

Schools, airports, professional sports teams, utilities and government agencies rely on our early warning solutions to safeguard lives, prepare for weather events and optimize operations. Companies across all industries use our weather data to make informed decisions regarding risk management, business continuity and asset protection.

We are your trusted partner with the products and collaboration tools to automate weather influenced decision-making.

EKO Instruments Co. Ltd.
EKO Instruments Co., Ltd.
95 South Market Street
Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95113
Contact: Tsukasa Kobashi
E-mail: info@eko-usa.com
Telephone: (408)977-7751
Booth Number(S): 104

  EKO Instruments USA Inc. has an immense history of innovation developing quality products for the worldwide meteorological and photovoltaic market. EKO is a primary manufacturer of solar radiometers, with a calibration laboratory accredited under ISO 17025.

  Other products include the STR21/22G Two-axis sun tracker, fast response MS-56 pyrheliometer, global and diffuse/shaded pyranometers and UV radiometers. EKO stands alone in producing highly advanced field deployable grating spectroradiometers, MS-711.

  EKO also products include the MP-11 and MP-160/180 for PV testing and characterization.

Enterprise Electronics Corp.

Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC)
VP Global Sales
128 South Industrial Blvd.
Enterprise, AL 36330
Contact: Kurt Kleess
E-mail: sales@eecweathertech.com
Telephone: 334-347-3478
Booth Number(S): 533

Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC)

We’ve been defining the industry since 1971 – and we’re not done yet! EEC is your complete remote sensing provider, offering weather radar and satellite data collection & display solutions.  With over 45-years of trusted service, and thousands of customers around the world, EEC is the recognized leader in the supply of advanced remote sensing systems. 


EEC is also proud to introduce our new, Endurance weather radar systems. Our Endurance radar systems come standard with a fully solid-state transmitter. No more magnetrons or klystrons. Utilizing our advanced pulse-compression technologies, Endurance provides all the effective range of a traditional tube-based radar at a fraction of the power. Endurance; the solid-state of things to come!


Be sure to stop by booth #533 to learn more about some of our brand-new Endurance solid-state weather radars, our compact Ranger X-Band solid-state radars, our expansive TeleSpace weather satellite systems, and our traditional Defender weather radar solutions.





Booth Number(S): 319

ERT is a woman-owned, high-value, science and technology company that strives to provide its government customers with innovative solutions to their scientific, engineering, environmental, and information technology challenges. Headquartered in Laurel, Maryland, ERT boasts a nationwide presence and a proud 20-year history. 

ERT's staff is comprised of nearly 450 experienced professionals, including scientists, engineers, and specialists in the following disciplines: IT, management, education, and outreach. Approximately 70 percent of our staff hold bachelor's or master's degrees, and 15 percent hold PhD's.

Our work with NOAA spans five line offices: National Weather Service; National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service; National Ocean Service; National Marine Fisheries Service; and Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research. Much of our expertise stems from supporting NOAA's missions in the areas of climate, weather, oceans, and coasts. 

ERT has performed critical efforts in Earth remote sensing algorithm development; satellite instrument calibration/validation; operational climate monitoring and forecasting; atmospheric, ocean, and coastal modeling and analysis; and marine and coastal assessment and restoration. We also provide science data systems development, maintenance, and operations; ground systems engineering; software engineering; mission operations; and science data center support. 

ERT is proud to have provided pre-launch science and engineering support to the GOES-R mission, for which we also have post-launch and long-term monitoring responsibilities. 

For more information, please visit www.ertcorp.com.

Booth Number(S): 618

Esri® helps organizations map and model our world. Esri’s GIS technology enables them to effectively analyze and manage their geographic information and make better decisions. They are supported by an experienced and knowledgeable staff and an extensive network of business partners and international distributors.

Every year, Esri reinvests more than 20 percent of its revenues in research and development to ensure users have the best tools possible to accomplish their missions. A comprehensive suite of training options helps them fully leverage their GIS.

Esri actively supports organizations involved in education, conservation, sustainable development, and humanitarian affairs by donating hundreds of millions of dollars in software, training, consulting, and project support.

EWR Weather Radar Systems
Booth Number(S): 705

Floatograph Technologies, LLC
Floatograph Technologies
340 South Kellogg Ave
Suite I
Goleta, CA 93117
Contact: Kurt Liestenfeltz
E-mail: kurt@floatograph.com
Telephone: 805-364-0032
Booth Number(S): 729

FT Technologies

Booth Number(S): 228

FT Technologies produces the World's Toughest Wind Sensor. Visit our stand and we'll prove it to you. All of our ultrasonic sensors incorporate our patented Acu-Res® technology which delivers reliable speed and direction data from compact sensors that will operate in the toughest conditions. Our products are designed to be incorporated into other manufacturers' own equipment to provide compact, rugged, high-quality air flow measurement indoors or outdoors. The sensors are small and very strong and are tested to 28 international, environmental standards. They have a long life and need no re-calibration. FT Technologies has shipped wind sensors for diverse applications including meteorology, defence, environmental monitoring, marine, building automation and wind turbine control systems. Founded in 1981, we pride ourselves on the thoroughness of our engineering and the quality of our manufacturing processes and our products.

Furuno, Weather Radar Division
Weather Radar Division
70 Engerman Ave.
Denton, MD 21629
Contact: Donald Hanham
E-mail: donh@furuno.com
Telephone: 410-479-4420
Booth Number(S): 739

Geonor, Inc.
Booth Number(S): 329

GEONOR manufactures and distributes high-quality meteorological measurement equipment. Our world-wide meteorological customers have in nearly 30 years ordered thousands of our all-weather T-200B series precipitation gauges. Recently we have added JENOPTIK'S laser snow depth and cloud height sensors.

The T-200B series precipitation gauges accurately weigh the precipitation with vibrating wire sensors. Their collection containers range from 600-mm (24-in) to 1500-mm (60-in). The Jenoptik SHM30 laser precision snow depth sensor has a 10-m (30-ft) range. Their Nimbus Ceilometer measures cloud base and aerosol height profiles to 15,000 m (50,000 ft) using the LIDAR technique.

Customers include government and commercial firms in meteorological, agricultural, transportation, air traffic and research. All Scandinavian Meteorological/Hydrological Institutes, NCAR USA, NOAA/CRN USA, NOAA/ATDD USA, NOAA/NWS USA, Desert Research institute USA, China National Huayun Technology Development Corp, Environment Canada, Quebec Hydro (Canada), Alberta Agriculture (Canada) and a large number of Universities

Gill Instruments Ltd
Booth Number(S): 235

Gill Instruments manufacture instrumentation for observations, including the world’s largest range of ultrasonic anemometers, a wide variety of integrated and expandable weather stations as well as intelligent data storage solutions.

Gill is able to offer UKAS and ISO 17025 accredited wind tunnel and other calibration services through LabCal, a Gill Group company.

Gill has over 20 years’ experience in the field of ultrasonic flow measurement and our reputation is built on reliable, robust, reference quality products for even the most extreme environments.

Please come and see our latest innovations and talk to our technical or sales staff at Booth 235.

Global Science & Technology, Inc.
Booth Number(S): 720

GRAW Radiosondes
GRAW Radiosondes
Muggenhofer Str. 95
Nuremberg  GERMANY,90429
Contact: Florian Schmidmer
E-mail: florian.schmidmer@graw.de
Telephone: +49 911 3201 0
Booth Number(S): 121

GRAW are pleased to showcase their latest developments and innovations in the field of Upper Air Sounding. This year GRAW is excited to announce a couple of new products.

One of the highlights this year is the new wind-only radiosonde PS-15 (Pilotsonde) which ideally compliments the traditional GRAW radiosondes by generating additional data at very low costs. Same as the DFM-09 radiosonde, the PS-15 is also available with an optional XDATA interface to connect to external sensors.

Both traditional radiosondes as well as the new Pilotsondes can be received by the new ultra-mobile GS-U groundstation which is compact, has a totally weather-proof housing and an integrated battery pack.

GRAW is a leading manufacturers of Upper Air Sounding system with an annual production of over 50,000 radiosondes per year.

Harris Corp
Harris Corporation
12975 Worldgate Drive
Herndon, VA 20170
Contact: Dan Stillman
E-mail: dstillma@harris.com
Telephone: 301-642-0036
Booth Number(S): 305

Harris Technology Transforming Weather Forecasting. Leveraging more than five decades of experience, Harris is the assured global leader in environmental intelligence for weather forecasting, climate monitoring and earth observation. We capture, visualize and analyze data at every altitude by combining innovative meteorological and environmental instruments with creative analytics and secure processing systems. With end-to-end processing solutions and the development of climate and environmental sensors. Harris is supporting NOAA's next-generation GOES-R weather satellite from the ground and in space. The Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) will provide weather data five times faster and at a higher resolution than today’s weather satellites. The GOES-R Ground Segment will process 40 times more data in near real time. These advancements will improve weather forecasts and help save lives and property. Please visit us at booth #305 or www.harris.com to learn more about the future of environmental intelligence.
I. M. Systems Group, Inc.
I.M. Systems Group, Inc.
Rockville, MD 20852
Contact: Le Jiang
E-mail: jiangl@imsg.com
Telephone: 240-833-1889
Booth Number(S): 727

Founded in 1987, IMSG is committed to helping governments and businesses worldwide predict, prepare and respond to climate change and environmental risks in real time with meaningful solutions. With our high-level team of experts - the best in the industry - we deliver solutions for understanding and combating climate change, so that risks of any kind are minimized and results are delivered.
IBL Software Engineering

IBL Software Engineering
Chief Marketing Officer
Galvaniho 17/C
Bratislava  SLOVAKIA,82104
Contact: Martin Fránek
E-mail: exhibitions@iblsoft.com
Telephone: 00421232662111
Booth Number(S): 108

IBL Software Engineering provides complex software solutions for meteorological data exchange, monitoring, analysis and visualisation:

  • Visual Weather: Visualization, analysis and forecast production system integrating observations, weather models or now-casting into one framework for creating accurate forecasts and exposing them as OpenGIS web services.
  • Moving Weather: Meteorological message/file switching system for GTS with bulletin compilation and monitoring capabilities.
  • Online Weather: Lightweight Visual Weather version providing rich visualisation/forecast production capabilities over Web, tablets, smart phones.
  • Discover Weather: System for metadata and data management, discovery, access, retrieval and distribution in the WIS network.
  • Numeric Weather: High performance computing with local area NWP models.
  • Aero Weather:  User customisable web portal system for presenting aviation weather products and for production of Pre-flight Information Bulletins for airlines.


7474 Greenway Center Dr
Suite 800
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Contact: Cindi Brown
E-mail: cbrown@innovim.com
Telephone: 240.254.3480
Booth Number(S): 117

INNOVIM’s mission – to contribute to planetary understanding through science and technology innovation – guides our strategic focus. Through this mission, we are pursuing a vision of an empowered society making smart decisions through global understanding.

INNOVIM, LLC, is a Woman Owned Small Business serving federal agencies including NOAA and NASA. Our expertise has its roots in Earth observation satellite system applications. We apply systems and atmospheric science knowledge, complemented by our expertise in systems and software engineering, data analytics, and scientific programming, to help our customers collect Earth environmental data. Then we transform data and make it accessible to the global community.

Since INNOVIM’s founding in 2002, we’ve seen steady growth to over 100 science and engineering specialists passionate about our mission. Our in-house resources in science, engineering, and program management are a strong foundation for future service to Government customers seeking support in solving their challenges.

Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc.
Marketing Director
2191 Harithy Drive
Dunn Loring, VA 22027
Contact: Andrew Schreiner
E-mail: andrew.schreiner@isstspi.com
Telephone: 703-622-4213
Booth Number(S): 238, W209

Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc. (ISS) is a service disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) that provides high-value professional services in program management, communications and outreach, IT services, requirements management, systems engineering and technical services. Bringing a fresh approach to your federal requirements, our highly experienced ISS team is creating a collaborative evolution of new ideas and problem solving mythologies for meeting your most challenging world-wide mission requirements.

Our ISS senior management team has extensive experience in support of numerous agency initiatives at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Defense Logistics Agency, Veterans Administration, and General Services Administration. Our clients have rated us in the top 5% of service providers through the Dun and Bradstreet Open Ratings report.

Integrated System Solutions is a recognized client leader in excellence and services/solutions delivery, positive attitude, integrity and commitment of its people to successfully meet client needs.

InterMet Systems
InterMet Systems
4767 Broadmoor Ave SE
Ste 7
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Contact: Frederick Clowney
E-mail: fclowney@intermetsystems.com
Telephone: (616) 971-1005
Booth Number(S): 637

InterMet is a leading supplier of atmospheric sensors for research, military and synoptic applications.  We specialize in custom solutions for difficult missions and are the first company to develop a sensor product line specifically for UAV integration.

InterMet will be introducing two new radiosondes in 2017 featuring improved humidity performance in smaller, lighter packages.  The portable iMet-3050A sounding system continues to receive high marks from customers for cost-effective performance and ease of deployment.

InterMet prodes itself in customer service, including rush deliveries and ease of ordering for U.S. Government customers through our GSA MAS contract.

Please stop by to see what we can do for you.   

Kipp Zonen
Booth Number(S): 220

Kongsberg Spacetec
Kongsberg Spacetec
Marketing Director
Prestvannvegen 38
Tromso Langnes NORWAY,9292
Contact: Lotte Myrvoll
E-mail: lotte@spacetec.no
Telephone: +4777660800
Booth Number(S): 723

Kongsberg Spacetec

Dedicated to providing our customers with the most advanced products for satellite remote sensing along with the highest levels of service and support. We also offer specialized solutions to the meteorological community.

Kongsberg Spacetec provides:
Antennas, Demodulators, Receivers, Ground station control, Meteorological receiving stations, Copernicus Sentinel systems as well as value-added products such as ship and oil detection.

  • Satellite antenna systems
  • Satellite receivers and demodulator systems
  • Satellite checkout and test systems
  • Meteorological satellite receiving stations
  • Copernicus Sentinel systems
  • Satellite ground station Monitoring and Control systems
  • Surveillance

Please visit our web page: www.spacetec.no or visit us at booth: 723

Booth Number(S): 340

Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company’s 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS). For more information, visit www.Leidos.com
LI-COR Biosciences

LI-COR Biosciences
4647 Superior Street
Lincoln, NE 68504
E-mail: env.marketing@licor.com
Telephone: 402-467-3576
Booth Number(S): 239

Visit LI-COR's booth (#239) to see the latest instrumentation for environmental research, including newly designed radiation sensors, the LI-1500 Light Sensor Logger, and infrared gas analyzers, including the new LI-7500RS and LI-7200RS CO2/H2O analyzers, and the LI-7700 Open Path CH4 Analyzer. The LI-7500RS is a high performance, non-dispersive open path gas analyzer designed for flux measurements. The LI-7200RS is a compact, enclosed CO2/ H2O analyzer that combines the benefits of open and closed path gas analyzers. The LI-7500RS and LI-7200RS feature improved optics and temperature controls to provide increased stability and reduced drift. The LI-7500RS, LI-7200RS, and LI-7700 can be integrated into LI-COR’s complete systems for making measurements using the eddy covariance technique. LI-COR will be featuring these eddy covariance systems, including solutions for remote communications, solar power, and software packages that include FluxSuite software, a secure web service that provides real-time results and status information from your eddy covariance site, and the new SmartFlux 2 System. SmartFlux 2 is the on-site processing and GPS synchronization component of a LI-COR eddy covariance system, and provides fully processed flux results in real time using raw data from a LI-COR gas analyzer and a variety of sonic anemometer and data logger models.

Ligado Networks

Ligado Networks
10802 Parkridge Blvd.
Reston, VA 20191
Telephone: 877-678-2920
Booth Number(S): 119

Ligado provides highly dependable and secure communications throughout North America via strategic partnerships with technology and service providers. Our network offers mission-critical connectivity, and we are readying plans to deploy an advanced satellite and ground-based network that would further position the U.S. as a leader in wireless technology and infrastructure by delivering unprecedented performance and enabling the emerging 5G and Internet of Things markets.

Lockheed Martin
Booth Number(S): 505, W110, W112, W114

Lufft USA

Lufft USA Inc.
1110 Eugenia Pl.
Unit B
Carpinteria, CA 93013
Contact: Lufft USA Sales
E-mail: sales@lufftusainc.com
Telephone: 805-335-8500
Booth Number(S): 106

Intelligent meteorological sensors form the basis of highly available measuring networks along roads, rail and at airports all over the world.

Meteorological services and environmental bodies appreciate the precise and long lasting LUFFT quality as do building equipment manufacturers and energy suppliers as well. LUFFT underlines its claims to high quality by operating its own calibrating laboratory. This laboratory contains an accredited wind tunnel in which all wind sensors are tested thoroughly before delivery. LUFFT products and equipment are to be found wherever atmospheric pressure, temperature, relative humidity and other environmental factors require to be measured or recorded. Come visit our booth to learn all about our latest in our Ceilometer, Compact Weather Sensors, Snow Depth Sensors and the Innovative MARWIS- mobile surface, ambient temperature and humidity measurement sensor.

Met Office
Booth Number(S): 700

Solving the data challenge, from supercomputer to end user

Our meteorological activities are underpinned by enormous data volumes, continuously ingested by the world’s largest operational environmental science supercomputer, then assimilated and new data generated.  Our new Cray supercomputer will lead to improvements to our science, which will further grow the volumes of data being generated and stored. By March this year, Met Office expects to produce 200 – 250TB per day and store 1.2 exabytes of data by 2018, that’s more bits of data than there are grains of sand on the world’s beaches.

Our ‘Big Data Drive’ will ultimately transform how our data is being accessed, disseminated and stored. Major, planned changes are being researched, tested and implemented.  Our aim is to make our data more useful and realise the opportunities that our data provides for our customers. 

World leading science and technical expertise, available to businesses, researchers and academics.

Met One Instruments, Inc.
Met One Instruments, Inc
1600 NW Washington Blvd.
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Contact: Jo Ann Pottberg
Telephone: 541-471-7111
Booth Number(S): 634

Met One Instruments, Inc. is an expanding company that provides solutions to the environmental monitoring market. Our expertise includes meteorological sensors and systems, particulate monitoring, datalogging and software solutions. Utilizing modern technology, innovative design, and years of experience, we satisfy the needs of our customers for ambient and indoor monitoring.

Metek GmbH
Sales Director
Fritz-Strassmann-Str. 4
Elmshorn Schleswig-Holstein GERMANY,25337
Contact: Olaf Broekmann
E-mail: info@metek.de
Telephone: +49 4121 43590
Booth Number(S): 638

Metek GmbH manufactures and delivers worldwide modern meteorological measuring systems and sensors ideally fitting to the specific needs of operational and scientific meteorological instrumentations.

Two brand new products are now available, which are promoted at our booth:

  • The Micro Rain Radar MRR-PRO with a new data acquistion technique, allowing up to 254 range gates for precipitaion monitoring
  • The multi-path ultrasonic anemometers uSonic-3 Class A-MP and uSonic-3 Cage MP with 9 radial wind components and 3 direct sensed vertical wind components

Other products available from Metek include:

  • (heated) ultrasonic anaemometers uSonic-1,-2,-3 for wind and turbulence measurements,
  • SODAR/RASS for wind/temperature profiling in mobile or long range versions (airports, wind siting),
  • Micro Rain Radar MRR-2 in its well-known configuration for vertical monitoring of precipitation and melting zone (bright band),
  • Cloud Radar MIRA-35 in scanning and low power configurations for heights up to 15 km range (1024 heights) for routine cloud statistic and research purposes.
  • Web based data logger mLog08 with virtually unlimited adaptability to external sensors, signals and technical environment.
  • The Halo Photonics Doppler Lidar systems Stream Line XR and Stream Line Pro for sophisticated boundary layer monitoring and wind measurements in height ranges up to 10 km.

Sales Manager
Rue de Bessonville
Contact: Isabelle FONT
E-mail: ifont@meteomodem.com
Telephone: +33(0)1-60-74-74-60
Booth Number(S): 328

Meteomodem is nowadays a front leading Manufacturer of GPS radiosounding systems and radiosondes. Thanks to its experience and innovation oriented strategy, Meteomodem has gained more and more credit year after year, reinforcing its position of key actor in upper air observations worldwide. Meteomodem is a pioneer, not only they introduced the concept of pressure derived from GPS position allowing to launch the first radiosonde ever  without built-in barometer but also the first Pilotsonde , since 2013 , a GPS-only sonde to replace the use of radio theodolites for Pilotsounding .

Meteomodem’s equipment are installed all over the world, in all the continents facing all kinds of climates and environmental conditions. 

Known for its quality and reliability but also the cost-effectiveness of its systems, Meteomodem aims at providing suitable solutions to its clients. Indeed, following their philosophy ‘it’s by offering high quality services to our current clients that we attract new ones’ 

 Please visit booth N°328 and discover their brand new solutions.

  • Manual radiosounding solution
  • Robotsonde System: Automatic balloon launcher
  • Pilotsonde for Automatic 3D Wind Measurement in Altitude
  • LOAC Sensor for particle concentration and typology
  • BASTA Cloud Doppler Radar FMCW 95GHz for cloud and fog study

Meteorological Technology International
Booth Number(S): 327

Meteorological Technology World Expo is the largest exhibition of meteorological technology in the World, with over 200 exhibitors demonstrating the very latest in observation and prediction technologies for better environmental monitoring, weather forecasting and business decision-making. Our 2017 event will be held in Amsterdam from 10th to 12th October 2017.

Meteorological Technology International magazine is the only international magazine dedicated to meteorological technology in research, civil, defense and commercial applications. Published twice per year and with over 18500 readers in 190 countries, Meteorological Technology International provides a valuable resource for organisations needing more-effective methodologies and technologies.

Come and see us on booth number 327 for your free copy of Meteorological Technology International or to discuss our next exhibition and your booth requirements.


2365 NE Hopkins Court
Pullman, WA 99163
Contact: Chris Chambers
E-mail: chris.chambers@metergroup.com
Telephone: 509-332-2756
Booth Number(S): 717

METER Environment combines scientific and engineering expertise to create systems for measuring environmental parameters along the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. This year, we are presenting several new products, including an all-in-one weather station, low-power sonic anemometer, and high resolution rain gauge. All of these devices connect to our solar-powered, cellular data logger with local and cloud-based data storage and management. We also specialize in manufacturing soil water content and water potential sensors. Stop by our booth to discuss your application with our company representatives. 
Microcom Design, Inc.
Microcom Design
10948 Beaver Dam Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
Contact: Steve Eagan
E-mail: seagan@microcomdesign.com
Telephone: 410-771-1070 x30
Booth Number(S): 234

Booth Number(S): 744

Exhibit Manager, Science Mission Directorate, NASA
300 E St. SW
Washington, DC 20546
Contact: Winnie Humberson
E-mail: winnie.h.humberson@nasa.gov
Telephone: 301 614-5560
Booth Number(S): 205, W415

NASA Earth System Science conducts and sponsors research, collects new observations from space, develops technologies and extends science and technology education to learners of all ages. We work closely with our global partners in government, industry, and the public to enhance economic security, and environmental stewardship, benefiting society in many tangible ways. We conduct and sponsor research to answer fundamental science questions about the changes we see in climate, weather, and natural hazards, and deliver sound science that helps decision-makers make informed decisions.


Program Director
Contact: Nick Anderson
E-mail: nanderso@nsf.gov
Telephone: 7032924715
Booth Number(S): 526

The Division of  Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences (AGS) is the National Science Foundation's (NSF) section that focuses on extending intellectual frontiers in atmospheric and geospace sciences by making responsible investments in fundamental research, technology development, and education that enable discoveries and help attain a prosperous and sustainable future.

AGS Supports fundamental research regarding physical, chemical, and biological processes that impact the composition and physical phenomena and behavior of matter between the sun and the surface of the Earth. That includes a wide variety of important processes that impact humans and society, such as space weather events, tropospheric weather events, climate, and air quality. Because these processes can span a wide array of intellectual ground, AGS partners with other programs within Geosciences and across NSF Directorates, and with other federal agency partners, to help ensure that we are funding the best possible science.

Transformative science is often enabled and extended by state-of-the-art observational instrumentation and associated infrastructure, and the most capable computational hardware and software. Observational tools and infrastructure is supported by the individual programs at the relatively small scale, through the Geospace Facilities (GF) program, the Lower Atmosphere Observing Facilities (LAOF), and through our support of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), one of NSF's Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC).


Booth Number(S): 427

The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is a federally funded research and development center supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation. Together with its partners at universities and research centers, NCAR is dedicated to exploring and understanding the atmosphere and its interactions with the Sun, the oceans, the biosphere, and human society.

14th and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20230
Booth Number(S): 405

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the United States Department of Commerce is one of the world’s premier scientific and environmental agencies. NOAA's mission is to understand and predict changes in the Earth's environment, from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun, and to conserve and manage our coastal and marine resources. Over the long-term, NOAA is working with partners and the public to build a weather-ready, climate-smart nation that is resilient to extreme events and long-term climate change.


Northrop Grumman
Booth Number(S): 415

NovaLynx Corporation

NovaLynx Corporation
Sales Manager
PO Box 240
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Contact: Keith Andre
E-mail: keith@novalynx.com
Telephone: 530-823-7185
Booth Number(S): 543

NovaLynx Corporation is a manufacturer and distributor of professional quality weather monitoring instruments and systems including a complete line of tipping bucket rain gauges, standard rain gauges, anemometers and wind vanes, Class A evaporation pans and evaporation gauges, and modular weather stations. We distribute sensors and systems ranging from traditional manual instruments to modern electronic data acquisition technologies. We strive to provide cost-effective solutions for meteorological applications and to support these solutions with expert technical staff.

NRG Systems/Leosphere
NRG Systems
Manager, LIDAR Meteorology Solutions North America
110 Riggs Road
Hinesburg, VT 05461
Contact: Paul Drewniak
E-mail: pdd@rnrgsystems.com
Telephone: 802-482-2255
Booth Number(S): 643

NRG Systems is a global leader in the distribution and service of atmospheric remote sensing products and intelligent solutions for the professional meteorology and renewable energy markets. NRG pioneered wind resource assessment more than 30 years ago, when the wind energy industry was just beginning. Today, NRG Systems works closely with LEOSPHERE—a global leader in Lidar atmospheric remote observation—to help customers visualize atmospheric risk by delivering turnkey solutions that allow wind measurement and aerosol detection throughout the world in severe environments. NRG serves multiple stages of meteorological, wind energy, solar energy, and enterprise solutions development—from academia to commercial operation. You’ll find NRG Systems’ products in use by air quality management districts, environmental firms, research institutes, and governments in more than 150 countries.


PO Box 793
Pendleton, SC 29670
Contact: Amy Cannon
E-mail: amycannon@omnibond.com
Booth Number(S): 118

CloudyCluster is Omnibond’s solution for creating and managing HPC and Big Data Clusters in your own Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. It provides a simple, web-based interface for mobile, tablet and desktop devices to create and manage scalable HPC and Big Data Clusters in AWS, bringing on-demand HPC to a new level of flexibility and portability.

Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK
45101 Warp Drive
Dulles, VA 20166
Contact: John Dyster
E-mail: john.dyster@orbitalatk.com
Telephone: 480-355-7739
Booth Number(S): 501

A global leader in aerospace and defense, Orbital ATK designs, builds and delivers space, defense and aviation-related systems for customers around the world.  Products include small to medium-class satellites for earth and space science, imaging, communications, and national security space applications; satellite components and services; launch vehicles and related propulsion systems; composite aerospace structures; and defense systems including missiles, subsystems, electronics, armament systems and ammunition. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, Orbital ATK employs more than 12,500 people in 20 states across the U.S. and in several international locations.
OTT Hydromet Group – OTT, Sutron, Lufft, Adcon, Hydrolab

Sutron Corporation
22400 Davis Drive
Sterling, VA 20164
Contact: Joe Kazacos
E-mail: jkazacos@sutron.com
Telephone: 703-406-2800 ext 213
Booth Number(S): 613

OTT Hydromet Group

OTT | Sutron | Hydrolab | Adcon | Lufft

Designing answers by providing sustainable solutions that go beyond the expectations of Hydromet professionals to support them in making informed decisions for caring for the world’s water resources and forecasting surface weather, protecting the environment and lives.

Meet as us Booth 613

Made by the OTT Hydromet Group

The OTT Hydromet Group was formed from different companies. Their common element is the high technical quality of the products, which has always characterized our company and which applies throughout the world. Under the umbrella of the Danaher Corporation, we are also growing together culturally. The Danaher Business System is an important part of the corporate culture of the OTT Hydromet Group.

Physical Optics Corporation
Booth Number(S): 640

QinetiQ North America
Booth Number(S): 721

R. M. Young Company
R. M. Young Company
2801 Aero Park Drive
Traverse City, MI 49686
Contact: Bill Myers
E-mail: met.sales@youngusa.com
Telephone: 231-946-3980
Booth Number(S): 216

The R. M. Young Company is the leading USA-based manufacturer of meteorological instruments for surface meteorological measurements. For over 50 years, YOUNG has earned a reputation for producing cost-effective, accurate and supremely reliable instrumentation. YOUNG products have gained acceptance worldwide for applications in meteorology, oceanography, air-quality monitoring, agriculture and forestry, fire and emergency response, transportation, and energy development.

The YOUNG display at the 2017 AMS Conference will include the new ResponseONE Weather Transmitter and ResponseONE Ultrasonic Anemometer. These devices provide cost-effective solutions that are appropriate for many applications while offering the reliability expected of YOUNG sensors.

YOUNG will also display the Sentry Visibility Sensor that measures changes in visibility due to rain, fog, snow, dust and smoke. The Sentry is appropriate for most applications including bridges, tunnels, roads, airports and maritime. Other YOUNG products include sensors for measurement of wind, temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, and precipitation. YOUNG also produces active and passive radiation shields that allow for accurate temperature and relative humidity measurements along with microprocessor based translators, displays, compass and signal-conditioning units that provide display, data storage and systems interfacing.

YOUNG is represented worldwide by a network of nearly 100 instrument resellers and distributors. For further information, contact YOUNG at met.sales@youngusa.com

Booth Number(S): 635

Radiometrics is a pioneering manufacturer of atmospheric profiling instruments delivering continuous wind, temperature and humidity profiles from the surface to the stratosphere. The new Radiometrics product line includes MP-Series microwave temperature, humidity and liquid profilers, RAPTOR radar wind profilers (formerly DeTect), boundary layer acoustic wind profilers (formerly ASC minisodar), and integrated SkyCastTM profiling solutions. For more than two decades, Radiometrics has provided hundreds of customers worldwide with radiometric profilers, innovative software tools and unmatched technical support for atmospheric research, environmental monitoring, nowcasting, and forecasting. Our suite of instruments and integrated solutions is designed to keep you Ahead of the Weather.

RainWise, Inc.

RainWise Inc.
Vice President
18 River Field Road
Trenton, ME 04605
Contact: Lonnie White
E-mail: lonnie.white@rainwise.com
Telephone: 2072885169
Booth Number(S): 732

RainWise, Inc., is a leading global provider of precision high quality,innovative meteorological measurement and monitoring solutions for professional, agricultural, industrial, consumer and custom applications. Celebrating more than 40 years in business, RainWise is an industry pioneer with patents for the original tipping bucket rain gauge, the world’s first digital consumer weather station and the first wireless weather station. Current products include multiple weather stations, a PVmet line of solar monitoring stations, data loggers, rain gauges, anemometers, individual RainWise sensors and a flexible weather software tool for cloud-based data management, monitoring and analysis, which are all fully made in the United States. RainWise is known for it’s unmatched long-term reliability and customer service. 
Business Development
16800 East CentreTech Parkway
Aurora, CO 80011
Contact: Ryan Leidigh
E-mail: Ryan.N.Leidigh@raytheon.com
Telephone: 720.216.8580
Booth Number(S): 605, W103, W101

Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration, C5ITM products and services, sensing, effects, and mission support for customers in more than 80 countries. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. Follow us on Twitter @Raytheon.

Remtech, Inc.
Remtech Inc
2008 Peaceful Place
The Villages, FL 32162
Contact: Jean-Michel Fage
E-mail: sales@remtechinc.com
Telephone: 3037726825
Booth Number(S): 323

Remtech is a company with offices in France and the USA which manufactures and maintains the REMTECH DOPPLER SODAR and the RASS (Radio Accoustic Sounding System). Our DOPPLER SODAR systems remotely measure the vertical profile of wind speed, direction, thermal stratification and turbulence parameters (sigma W, sigma theta) up to 400, 700, 2,000 and 3,000 meters average altitude range depending on Sodar model. The RASS system which measures remotely temperature profiles in the atmosphere shows an average altitude range of 1,000 meters. Remtech will be featuring our new PA-XS Sodar.

Riverside Technology, inc.

Riverside Technology, inc.
Director of Business Development
2950 East Harmony Road
Suite 390
Fort Collins, CO 80528
Contact: Brian Ashe
E-mail: brian.ashe@riverside.com
Telephone: 970-484-7573
Booth Number(S): 622

From the ridges to the reefs, interactions with the natural world require an understanding of challenges and the ability to balance the needs of the environment, the economy, and society. Riverside Technology, inc. (Riverside) improves lives and livelihoods by leveraging environmental intelligence to solve the world’s most challenging water, land, and climate-related problems – reducing capital expenditures, minimizing risk, improving operational efficiency, and making the world more safe, secure, and sustainable. Over the last 30 years, Riverside has successfully completed more than 1,500 projects worldwide. As a leader in design, development, and implementation, Riverside provides expert consulting, leading-edge technology products, and advanced environmental science solutions for issues surrounding water and land resources; environmental impacts and habitats; data acquisition, analysis, and management; and decision support.  Visit www.riverside.com for more information. 


1710 SAIC Dr.
McLean, VA 22102
Contact: Mike Sepelyak
E-mail: michael.p.sepelyak@saic.com
Telephone: (703) 676-5038
Booth Number(S): 213

SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC is Redefining Ingenuity through its deep customer and domain knowledge to enable the delivery of systems engineering and integration offerings for large, complex projects. SAIC’s approximately 15,000 employees are driven by integrity and mission focus to serve customers in the U.S. federal government. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, SAIC has annual revenues of approximately $4.3 billion. For more information, visit saic.com.

Science Is Never Settled

Science Is Never Settled
Chief Scientist
P.O. Box 4875
Jackson, WY 83001-4875
Contact: Peter Ward
E-mail: peward@wyoming.com
Telephone: 307-733-3664
Booth Number(S): 728

A not-for-profit dedicated to educating the public about Science, how Science is done, how Science can improve public safety with respect to natural hazards, and how Science can illuminate public policy issues in an increasingly technological world. Our primary focus is on the causes and effects of climate change and other natural hazards. We seek to reach the public with the help of public relations organizations, press releases, wire releases, television, radio, print media, websites, social media, etc. 
Science Systems and Applications, Inc.
Science Systems & Applications, Inc.
Director, Business Development
10210 Greenbelt Road
Suite 600
Lanham, MD 20706
Contact: Chuck Petrilla
E-mail: charles.petrilla@ssaihq.com
Telephone: 301 867-6386
Booth Number(S): 123

Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) is a leading provider of science, engineering, and information analytics support for customers who seek new frontiers in science and technology. For nearly 40 years, we have been by their side, aligning with their vision and goals to provide excellent research and technical support. We support pioneers in science and engineering—such as NASA and NOAA—and have made significant contributions to more than 150 Earth and space science missions. SSAI’s exceptional services are built on our passion for research and innovative solutions. We employ expert scientists, engineers, and IT professionals who share a commitment to meeting the unique needs of each customer.


Scintec AG
Head Global Sales and Operations
Wilhelm-Maybach-Str. 14
Rottenburg Baden-Wuerttemberg GERMANY,72108
Contact: Bettina Schrauf
E-mail: bettina.schrauf@scintec.com
Telephone: +497472986430
Booth Number(S): 219

Scintec produces the most advanced and comprehensive line of wind and temperature profilers in SODAR, RADAR and RASS technology. Continuing scientific innovation, outstanding product design and customer oriented philosophy has made Scintec a global leader in this field. Scintec also offers optical SCINTILLOMETERS for the measurement of boundary layer turbulence and heat flux.

Customers include research institutes and universities, the military, major airports, and weather services worldwide.


Scintec is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

Please come and visit us at our booth no. 219

SeaSpace Corporation
Booth Number(S): 736

SeaSpace Corporation:  SeaSpace, located in San Diego, CA is the leading provider of satellite remote sensing ground stations and software since 1982. SeaSpace is always on the cutting edge of remote sensing technologies and solutions. Our proprietary software, TeraScan®, is the ultimate remote sensing software tool box that fulfills all requirements for automated satellite data acquisition, processing, and publishing. SeaSpace is the only provider of TDF (TeraScan® Data Format) and is capable of assimilating a wide variety of data types, shapes and sizes. 

SeaSpace is the ONLY provider of maritime 2.4m X/L/S band remote sensing antenna systems and the only true, full turnkey GOES-R solution.  In concert with our TeraScan® SW, our systems are the most advanced remote sensing systems on the market today! 

Be sure to stop by booth #736 to learn more about our new 2.4m maritime antenna and GRB systems which complement our already impressive line of available remote sensing systems.


Sigma Space Corporation

Sigma Space Corporation
Marketing Manager
4600 Forbes Blvd
Lanham, MD 20706
Contact: Christine Boomer
E-mail: Christine.boomer@sigmaspace.com
Telephone: 3015526000
Booth Number(S): 642

Micro Pulse LiDAR (MPL) instruments, designed by Sigma Space, help scientists, meteorologists and air quality professionals monitor aerosols to better understand the structure of our atmosphere.  MPL’s long-range capabilities and high quality signal increase efficiency and accuracy of the data capture process for improved atmospheric mapping. Designed for NASA, MPL uses eye safe lasers, precision photon counting, and built-in data analysis to deliver the best signal to noise ratio and thus the most reliable information in category. Contact us at info@micropulselidar.com. 
950 N. Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22203
Contact: Jason Eister
E-mail: jason.eister@solers.com
Telephone: 703.526.0001
Booth Number(S): 114

Solers, Inc.

950 North Glebe Rd.

Suite 1100

Arlington, VA 22203

(703) 526-0001

Email: business.development@solers.com

URL: www.solers.com

Booth No:  114

Solers, Inc. provides cutting edge solutions developing Service-Based Ground Enterprises and Satellite Ground Segments for our trusted partners in the federal and commercial sectors. Our solutions use an open standards-based SOA built on commodity hardware and high performance compute environments with a data processing framework that delivers improved functionality at a competitive price. The SOA-based ground systems support multiple tenants and sensor data across a cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) with cloud resource management capabilities.

Solers provides innovative software development and systems integration services to NOAA/NESDIS.  Solers is the prime contractor for the Environmental Satellite Processing and Distribution System (ESPDS) that delivers enterprise ground functionality for satellite data ingest, product generation (PG) and product distribution and access (PDA) built on common infrastructure, security, storage and processing services within a service-oriented architecture.  ESPDS provides NESDIS with enterprise user portal, common infrastructure, storage and processing services. To learn more about Solers’ capabilities, please stop by our booth (#114).

Sonalysts, Inc.
Sonalysts, Inc
Vice President
215 Parkway North
Waterford, CT 06385
Contact: Rip Coleman
E-mail: coleman@sonalysts.com
Telephone: 860 884-2243
Booth Number(S): 619

Sonalysts, Inc. is an employee-owned, small business headquartered in Waterford, Connecticut with many additional offices located throughout the United States.

Sonalysts’ wXstation™ and Dispatch Weather Client™ comprise a highly flexible and robust commercial command and control system used to support United States and international airlines flight operations.  The system integrates real-time flight tracks, flight plans, weather data, aviation navigational data, flow information, and traditional Geographic Information Systems' data.  This system has been supporting airline dispatchers and aviation weather forecasters 24x7 for more than 25 years.  Dispatch Weather Client is expandable to display any geo-referenced time-sensitive data beyond aviation applications and has been applied for ship tracking and control use, as well as other operational and research applications.  

Sonalysts has extensive experience in the design, development, and delivery of state-of-the-art system development and engineering, operations research, training, analysis, and management support systems.  We continue to provide innovative solutions to United States and international defense, Government, and commercial customers.

Booth Number(S): 344

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.
Booth Number(S): 731

Sun Yat-sen University
Booth Number(S): 137

The University of Alabama, Huntsville
The University of Alabama, Huntsville
320 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL 35757
E-mail: ats@uah.edu
Telephone: 256-961-7877
Booth Number(S): 116

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is a tier 1 research-intensive, internationally recognized university. The Department of Atmospheric Sciences is colocated with the closely aligned Earth System Science Center, the National Weather Service and NASA in the National Space Science and Technology Center, thereby enabling students a unique collaborative experience. The department offers a B.S. in Earth System Science with concentrations in Atmospheric Science/Meteorology, GIS and Remote Sensing, and Human Dimensions/Societal Impacts, an M.S. in Atmospheric Science and Earth System Science, and a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science. The graduate programs in the Department of Atmospheric Science provide excellent training in research/analysis and interdisciplinary education to students interested in issues related to the environment, strengthening their capability to conduct research leading to transition of observational and numerical modeling products to public policy and decision making. 

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
4555 Overlook Ave SW
Washington, DC 20375
Booth Number(S): 243

The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory provides the advanced scientific capabilities required to bolster our country’s position of global naval leadership. Here, in an environment where the nation’s best scientists and engineers are inspired to pursue their passion, everyone is focused on research that yields immediate and long-range applications in the defense of the United States.

NRL is a campus-like complex of diverse scientific facilities, with a staff of more than 2,500 researchers, engineers, technicians, and support personnel. Overall Laboratory management is under the direction of a Navy officer and civilian research director. The internal organization is organized into five directorates, four of which conduct scientific research, and the Naval Center for Space Technology. 

UCAR Community Programs

UCAR Community Programs
Administrative Assistant
3090 Center Green Dr.
Boulder, CO 80301
Contact: Ellen Thomas
E-mail: ellent@ucar.edu
Telephone: 3034972604
Booth Number(S): 418

The UCAR Community Programs (UCP), managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), oversees seven programs (COMET, COSMIC, DLS, GLOBE, JOSS/VSP, Unidata, and SciEd) that strengthen education and research in atmospheric, oceanic, and earth science to promote scientific literacy and advance all levels of education and training.  UCAR also manages the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and is a consortium of more than 75 research universities. 

Booth Number(S): 426

University of Colorado

1234 Innovation Dr.
Boulder, CO 80303
Contact: Kelly Hepburn
E-mail: kelly.hepburn@lasp.colorado.edu
Telephone: 303-492-5481
Booth Number(S): 139

The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) began in 1948, a decade before NASA.  We are the world’s only research institute to have sent instruments to all eight planets and Pluto.

LASP combines all aspects of space exploration through our expertise in science, engineering, mission operations, and scientific data analysis. As part of CU, LASP also works to educate and train the next generation of space scientists, engineers and mission operators by integrating undergraduate and graduate students into working teams. Our students take their unique experiences with them into government or industry, or remain in academia to continue the cycle of exploration.


University of Oklahoma, School of Meteorology

University of Oklahoma
Director of Development and External Relations
120 David L. Boren Blvd
Norman, OK 73072
Contact: Chris Maxon
E-mail: cmaxon@ou.edu
Telephone: 405-325-3082
Booth Number(S): 111

UW Space, Science and Engineering
Booth Number(S): 326

The Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC) is an internationally known research and development center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With a history of remote sensing innovation spanning more than 50 years, SSEC develops and uses space-, aircraft- and ground-based instrumentation to collect and analyze observations of the Earth's atmosphere, oceans, land surface and of other planetary atmospheres to improve our understanding of weather, climate and atmospheric processes. SSEC is a world leader in developing the algorithms and designing the ground and archive systems necessary to process atmospheric data collected from a geostationary platform. Housed within SSEC is the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), a world-renowned satellite meteorology research center that works in partnership with NOAA and NASA. CIMSS is an integral partner in advancing SSEC's mission. Research breadth ranges from the study of new instrument technologies to data analysis, visualization and product development. Numerous satellite data analysis algorithms developed by CIMSS and SSEC scientists are now used operationally in weather forecasting. SSEC scientists are committed to sharing their efforts, tools and knowledge with the larger research community around the world.

Vaisala, Inc.

Head of Meteorology Marketing
Vanha Nurmijärventie 21
Vantaa  FINLAND,01670
Contact: Riika Pikkuvirta
E-mail: riika.pikkuvirta@vaisala.com
Telephone: +358 9 894 91
Booth Number(S): 313

Vaisala is a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement. Building on more than 80 years of experience, Vaisala contributes to a better quality of life by providing a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services for chosen weather-related and industrial markets. Vaisala is a partner to customers whose primary interest is the safety and protection of lives and property through effective operations and decision-making support under any weather conditions. These customers include meteorological institutes, airports and airlines, road and railroad authorities, renewable energy customers, maritime, as well as defense forces. 

Vaisala brings operational benefits to our customers through a wide offering of products, projects, and services which provide accurate, real-time, uninterrupted and reliable weather data for efficient and effective operations.

Headquartered in Finland, Vaisala employs approximately 1500 professionals worldwide and is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki stock exchange. www.vaisala.com   www.twitter.com/VaisalaGroup

Weather Decision Technologies

Booth Number(S): 632

Headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma, U.S. Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. (WDT) provides organizations with weather analytics and decision support on a global scale. The company utilizes big data solutions to develop and provide weather analytics such as hazardous weather detection and prediction, high-resolution forecasts, decision analytics, content for mobile apps as well as interactive mapping.  They employ the world-renowned WeatherOps forecast team, staffed by experts who provide global asset protection and commodities trading decision support. Be it asset protection, the positioning of goods and services ahead of weather or as a response to weather, or simply warning the general public of impending adverse weather, WDT has a product to fit any need.

Xylem Aanderaa Data Instruments
Booth Number(S): 621

Yankee Environment Systems
Booth Number(S): 227