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Observator 100 years


Due to climate change and the growing world population the demands on infrastructures are rising, both to already existing and new ones. For example regarding cycle paths, motorways, railways, all associated bridges and tunnels, waterways etc. With various products and systems, Observator contributes to infrastructures, both now and in the future.

Observator offers various meteorological and hydrological sensors, specially designed displays and software systems. Deliveries can range from a single sensor to the installation of a complete system of meteorological or hydrological measurement stations, including telemetry and data processing.

Especially in the field of meteorology, Observator has a suitable answer for every question. Whether it concerns the aforementioned facilities or ports and their access channels, or airports and their runways. Observator keeps an eye on all these locations, in which, among others, attention is paid to the condition of roads (dry, wet, slippery, etc.), visibility (sun, rain, hail, snow, fog etc.) and other weather elements (e.g. humidity and wind speed and direction).

Although our systems give an insight into the current weather conditions, the weather can still bother you. For example if you are a train driver or an air traffic controller and your visibility is obstructed by sun, rain, hail or snow. Luckily our sunscreens and window wipers can help. From standard types to custom work.

Finally, from our precision technique department (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), we are top producers of optical and precision engineering products, both for all entities within the Observator Group and other renowned industries, such as infrastructure.

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