BARANI DESIGN at the Meteo Expo in Russia to showcase the MeteoHelix®, MeteoWind®, MeteoShield®

BARANI DESIGN Technologies AWOS weather station at 2000 meters in High Tatra mountains.

Professional IoT weather stations and sensors conforming to World Meteorological Organization (WMO) standards from BARANI DESIGN Technologies are on display in the red show stand number 108 at the WEATHER • CLIMATE • WATER / EARTH OBSERVATIONS / GREEN ECONOMY 2019 expo in St. Petersburg, Russia today and tomorrow.

The meteorological instrument exhibition is taking place in parallel with the annual meeting of the Intergovernmental Council on Hydro-Meteorology of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) which is attended by hydro-meteorological services of the following CIS member countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine.

The expo will showcase the following BARANI DESIGN Technologies sensors and micro-weather stations:

MeteoHelix® метеорологическая метеостанция (micro-weather station, AWOS)

Heated anemometer MeteoWind® 2 immediately after a strong icing event in the mountains of Slovakia.

Heated anemometer MeteoWind® 2 immediately after a strong icing event in the mountains of Slovakia.

MeteoShield® Professional protecting internal temperature and humidity sensors from the effects of icing.

MeteoShield® Professional protecting internal temperature and humidity sensors from the effects of icing.

BARANI DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES IS A MANUFACTURER OF PROFESSIONAL WEATHER STATIONS AND METEOHELIX PERSONAL WEATHER STATIONS.

BARANI DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES IS A MANUFACTURER OF PROFESSIONAL WEATHER STATIONS AND METEOHELIX PERSONAL WEATHER STATIONS.

MeteoHelix®, MeteoWind®, MeteoShield® will be featured at the IMD Meteorological Expo in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Heated anemometer MeteoWind® 2 immediately after a strong icing event in the mountains of Slovakia.

Heated anemometer MeteoWind® 2 immediately after a strong icing event in the mountains of Slovakia.

BARANI DESIGN Technologies will have on hand the latest meteorological technologies for climate research at the WEATHER • CLIMATE • WATER / EARTH OBSERVATIONS / GREEN ECONOMY 2019 expo in St. Petersburg, Russia on October 9-10, 2019.

The exhibition will take place at the new Expoforum Convention Center in St. Petersburg, Russia, and will be supported by Roshydromet – Federal Service of Russia on Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring.

The expo will showcase the following BARANI DESIGN products:

This exhibition is one of the world’s most significant in the field of hydrometeorology, environmental monitoring, earth observations and green economy for the republics of the former Soviet Union including:

MeteoShield® Professional protecting internal temperature and humidity sensors from the effects of icing.

MeteoShield® Professional protecting internal temperature and humidity sensors from the effects of icing.

  • Armenia

  • Azerbaijan

  • Belarus

  • Estonia

  • Georgia

  • Kazakhstan

  • Kyrgyzstan

  • Latvia

  • Lithuania

  • Moldova

  • Russia

  • Tajikistan

  • Turkmenistan

  • Ukraine

  • Uzbekistan

BARANI DESIGN Technologies AWOS weather station at 2000 meters in High Tatra mountains.

COMPTUS achieves HUBZone certification with the SBA & US Government

COMPTUS Inc.  is a hubzone certified business in new Hampshire, USA.

COMPTUS Inc. is a hubzone certified business in new Hampshire, USA.

Beta Acquisition, Inc., doing business as COMPTUS of 202 Tamarack Road Thornton, New Hampshire has received certification by the Small Business Administration (SBA) as a HUBZone business. I enables COMPTUS Inc. to be eligible to compete for the HUBZone’s set-aside contracts. HUBZone-certified businesses are also eligible to compete for US government contracts and to do business with the US government and the armed forces.

COMPTUS is set to start production of the latest update of “Made in USA” version of the MeteoShield Professional whose current production is in Slovakia (Europe) and whose inventor is a US citizen educated at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in New York state.