New products are being developed which will make departure and landing as predictable as they should be.
On July 1st, 2017, Scintec Corporation has transferred its North American operations to the City of Boulder, Colorado.
Hong Kong Observatory has upgraded its radar wind profiler operating at Hong Kong International Airport by a New LAP®3000 to benefit from technological advances.
A new LAP®3000 Radar Wind Profiler is installed and used by the Meteorological Research Institute of JMA to develop improved forecasts of severe weather and foster its observation networks.
According to a new Brasilian study, a Scintec MFAS Sodar helps anticipating airport runway change by more than one hour ahead of time and optimizes aircraft flow.
EGAT of Thailand acquired a new LAP®3000 Radar Wind Profiler with RASS for its Mae Moh Power Plant near Lampang to monitor vertical wind and temperature profiles for air quality applications.
At Budapest Airport, HungaroControl installed and uses a Scintec XFAS Sodar with RASS for Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF), Landing and TREND forecast, aerodrome warning and wind shear warning.
In order to better serve its customers in the Asia Pacific region and support their various projects, Scintec has opened a new office in Hong Kong.
As one of the first companies in its sector, Scintec has adopted and was certified to comply with ED-153 SWAL 4 quality standard for its software development and documentation.
Scintec has delivered major LAP®8000 components to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for integration into the Atmosperic River Observatories by NOAA.
The U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Sonoma Technology Inc, and Scintec Corporation extended their Cooperative Research and Development Agreement for five years.
The University of Colorado and Scintec agreed on a license about radar measurements of mixed rain/snow with applications in traffic, winter sports, emergency management, and research.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory installed a new Scintec LAP®3000 Radar Wind Profiler at the ARM Climate Research Facilities on Graciosa Island, Azores.
As part of the ARM project on global climate change, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory installed a new Scintec LAP®3000 Radar Wind Profiler in Oliktok, Alaska.
Scintec showcases LAP® Series Radar Wind Profilers in new design.
The RASS and windRASS extensions are now available with an operation frequency which is compatible with the requirements of North American users.
Scintec displayed its newest remote sensing products at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2012 in Brussels.
In a move to extend its portfolio of products and services in atmospheric wind and temperature profiling, Scintec has acquired the radar wind profiler business from Vaisala.
On February 1st, 2012, Scintec moves its North American headquarter from Alpharetta, Georgia, to Boulder/Louisville, Colorado.