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Those in need of better weather prediction technologies and services are invited to attend the upcoming Meteorological Technology World Expo taking place in Brussels, Belgium, from October 18-20. 

Those in need of better weather prediction technologies and services are invited to attend the upcoming Meteorological Technology World Expo taking place in Brussels, Belgium, from October 18-20. 

Completely free-to-attend, the Expo will showcase next-generation meteorological and hydro-meteorological prediction hardware, instruments, software, modelling equipment, analysis tools, along with a number of independent weather service providers.

Vaisala Oyj, Thales Alenia Space, OTT Hydromet GmbH, Baron Services, BAE Systems, All Weather Inc, and Techsense Solutions Sdn Bhd are among the 100 plus companies exhibiting at the event.


A host of well-known names are due to speak at a free-to-attend conference that will run alongside the exhibition. 


Indeed, over 30 papers will be presented, with speakers including the likes of Josh Wurman, president, Center for Severe Weather Research, USA; star of the Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers; Pamela Heinselman, research scientist, NOAA; Richard K Thigpen, implementation project manager, WMO/ GCOS Secretariat; and Steven Albersheim, senior meteorologist, Federal Aviation Administration.


So if you work within the aviation industry, and you need the very best weather prediction information and technologies, you need to attend Meteorological Technology World Expo 2011. 


For full information and to register for your free entry pass visit www.MeteorologicalTechnologyWorldExpo.com 

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