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The Acoem range of Aurora integrating nephelometers has been the industry and climate research sector standard for more than a decade, trusted by atmospheric scientists and environmental agencies worldwide.
Accurately measuring light scattering properties of aerosols, Aurora nephelometers have a global reputation for accuracy, flexibility, ease of use and ability to work successfully under extreme weather conditions.
This webinar is your opportunity to learn more about the technological advances and new features of the Aurora NE range, including its improved internal plumbing and measurement precision, more powerful microcontroller, full colour touchscreen, expanded communication protocol and data storage capacities...
[** Please note: Parts of this presentation were delivered on 5 Oct 2022. However, all presenters - Jost Lavric, PhD, Grant Kassell & David Logan - will be LIVE to introduce the session online and available to answer questions at the conclusion of the webinar.]
An innovative leader, Grant has been instrumental in developing many of Acoem’s key air quality monitoring solutions over the past 25+ years, including a range of gas, aerosol and particulate monitors, as well as data logging, auditing and reporting software.
David is responsible for the electrical/electronic design, development and improvement of all Ecotech’s product range. He specialises in the operation and continued development of the Aurora Nephelometer range including the ACS1000. He has over 25 years experience with Ecotech products.
Formerly a research scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jošt is an expert in the scientific application of Spectronus GHG & isotope analysers, Aurora nephelometers, ACS 1000 aerosol sample conditioning units, data solutions, and the Integro™ LIDAR system.
Acoem is a globally recognised and trusted data solution provider, delivering unrivalled, interoperable AI-powered sensors and ecosystems that empower our customers to make enlightened decisions based on accurate data.
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