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Gill Instruments sponsor the Second Amateur Meteorologists’ Conference

Gill Instruments are pleased to be supporting the Second Amateur Meteorologists’ Conference organised by the Royal Meteorological Society. The conference will be held at the University of Reading on the 13th to the 15th September 2013 and is open to meteorology enthusiasts across Europe. Supported by National Meteorology Societies, the weekend event aims to promote measurement and data collection techniques of global weather. The conference will combine a programme lead by keynote speakers from amateur to professional meteorologist and an exhibition from reputable organisations. Organised to explore the impact of weather on our daily lives, the conference provides the perfect environment to share, observe and discuss your passions with others. Gill Instruments will be demonstrating the WindSonic ultrasonic anemometer range and the MetPak range of multi-sensor Weather stations in the main exhibition hall. Our range of meteorological instruments feature solid-state technology to measure a range of weather parameters and are proven in a number of harsh environment applications. With the largest range of wind speed and direction sensors currently on the market, our display will be a must see for all weather monitoring enthusiasts. Visitors to the stand will also get a first glimpse of our newest meteorological products due to launch shortly, along with our biggest product launch to-date. If you would like to talk to us about any of our products please come and see us at the conference or contact us to arrange a meeting.



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