January 7, 2021
New Products in 2021
The year 2021 continues to pose a challenge to individuals all over the globe. Societies respond. Demands and markets are changing. People are coping with the pandemic but also strive for a brighter future thereafter.
In 2021, Scintec will introduce a range of new products that shall contribute to create a better and safer world.
After AWAIRE® Aviation, an intelligent solution for wind and wind shear management on airports, AWAIRE® Air Quality and AWAIRE® Water Management will follow in 2021. Clean air to breathe and pure water to drink are basic elements for the quality of life. Scintec AWAIRE® Intelligent Solutions will help to preserve these elements.
- AWAIRE® Air Quality measures and models transport and diffusion of pollutants.
- AWAIRE® Water Management measures and models evapotranspiration of water over extended areas.
Other products to be launched in 2021 are:
- A new line of the SLS Series Scintillometers with novel laser sources that are fully eye safe and have improved optical properties for higher measurement accuracy.
- A new windRASS Extension for the LAP®3000 Radar Wind Profilers allowing both wind and temperature measurements in radio-acoustic mode.
Requests for all of the above products are already welcome.
Also scheduled for 2021 is Scintec's new web site, which will come with more details on products and applications, an enhanced customer area, a new branding and an outstanding user experience.
There is a lot that we can look forward to in 2021.
November 19, 2021
Scintec With New Corporate Branding and Website
Scintec updates its corporate identity and launches a new website.
February 6, 2020
Scintec introduces AWAIRE
At the occasion of the World ATM Congress in Madrid, Scintec introduces AWAIRE® Aviation, the new all-weather wind-related optimization of departure and landing operations
February 8, 2019
Scintec establishes new branch for airport wind shear sensing products
New products are being developed which will make departure and landing as predictable as they should be.