Leading measurement technology manufacturer Lufft
is here at Intertraffic with numerous new developments as well as the company’s well-established weather sensors and a promise to provide visitors with hands-on experience of its systems.
A major highlight is the return to Intertraffic of Lufft’s Marwis mobile road weather sensor which had its first public appearance here at the Intetraffic Amsterdam in 2014. But it’s not the same product: the new version being unveiled here is equipped with an additional probe to detect ambient weather parameters. It complements the measurement components of the first version which all have been directed to the road surface.
In order to demonstrate the Marwis sensor’s speed and functionality as well the matching ViewMondo management software, the Lufft team on the stand are presenting real time measurements and an equipped car on site. Indeed, the offer to visitors is, join a Marwis spin around the block.
Another highlight on the Lufft stand is a new visibility sensor line which is a major evolution of the VS20 which has been very successful over the past 10 years. The differences between the new and the old models are obvious: the latest VS20 has a new, elegant design; a special, spider defensive coat; a vibrating Active Spider Defence module, as well as a sea water resistant housing. Moreover, an automated lens determination detection function and an integrated SDI-12 interface ease the network integration and station maintenance.