Meteorological Technology World Expo hosts the WMO’s flagship TECO Conference and 200 trade fair exhibitors
Jul 25 2018 Read 867 Times
Now in its eighth year, Meteorological Technology World Expo has become the hub-event for international manufacturers and buyers of hydro-meteorological devices, systems and services. , The global exhibition is expected to attract more than 200 exhibitors and 4,000+ attendees from more than 100 countries.
The 2018 event will also see the return of the World Meteorological Organisation’s hugely popular and insightful CIMO-TECO conference, which will be held alongside the exhibition.
Graham Johnson, managing director of UKi Media & Events, the company behind Meteorological Technology World Expo, says, “I’m particularly proud of the fact that the World Expo will this year host the WMO’s CIMO-TECO. We know that its addition will attract more visitors to the event than ever before, but also that it will help attract some of the most senior industry figures from around the world.”
Alongside the CIMO-TECO conference, MeteoSwiss and the WMO will be hosting a special workshop on October 11 looking at how its OSCAR tool can benefit the entire industry. The International Forum of Users of Satellite Data Telecommunication Systems (Satcom Forum) will be holding its Satcom 2018 workshop on October 9-10, and the recently launched Global Weather Enterprise Forum will also be holding a two-day session looking at better data sharing on October 11-12.
Now established as the largest world stage for the industry, with multi-sector appeal, there will be more new product launches for next generation forecasting technologies than ever before with surprising new innovations and never-seen-before companies.
“The whole event this year adds up to be the place for debate, discussion and partnerships to be formed,” comments Johnson. “Meteorological Technology World Expo was conceived with one purpose in mind: to find ways to improve the measurement and observation of weather, water and climate. The 2018 show, which features more exhibitors than ever before, is yet another huge step to that becoming a reality.”
To register for the free-to-attend event in Amsterdam, visit the exhibition website - www.MeteorologicalTechnologyWorldExpo.com
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