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Gill Instruments to Exhibit at MeteoHydex 2011

Gill Instruments will be exhibiting at MeteoHydex from 23rd to 25th May, which takes place at the International Conference Centre of Geneva. The event is focused towards meteorological and hydrological instruments and equipment and features over 80 exbibitors. The Gill Instruments stand will feature our latest 2-axis and 3-axis ultrasonic anemometers, along with a live demonstration of the new MetPak Pro weather station, which was launched in April this year. MetPak Pro monitors the most essential weather parameters (wind speed and direction, barometric pressure, temperature, humidity and dew point), with the added capability to connect up to four external measurement devices. The demonstration unit will provide live data during the event, which will displayed on the newly developed MetView graphical user interface. Visitors who wish to arrange a meeting at the event should contact us directly. We hope to see you at the show.



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