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March 17th, 2014

METEOREX 2014—St. Petersburg Platform For Hydrometeorological Interests (Event)

[SatNews] METEOREX—the world’s largest and most important exhibition in the field of hydrometeorology, hydrology, environmental monitoring and related areas, occurs  every few years in different countries.

Now, the world’s leading hydrometeorological companies are coming to St. Petersburg, Russia, for METEOREX 2014—already, more than 50 percent of the available exhibition space is reserved. International exhibitors at METEOREX 2014 to date include: Adolf Thies GmbH | Baron Services| Campbell Scientific |China Huayun Meteorological Technology  Group Corporation| Cimel Electronique | Degreane-Horizon | DeTect Inc.  | Earth Networks | Eigenbrodt | Enterprise Electronics Corporation | Gamic | Geonor | Graw Radiozondes | HMEI | IBL Soft | Intermet Systems | Kipp & Zonen | METEK | Meteo France International | Meteomodem|Meteorage | MicrostepMIS | MPS System| Novimet | Plair | Precis Mecanique | Pulsonic  |Radiometrics Corporation| SAGIM |  Scintec  | Selex Systems Integration | Sommer  | Sterela | Sutron | Radiometrics Corporation | Remtech |The Republic Group | R.M. Young | Trimble Navigation| Vaisala | Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. | World Meteorological Organization | Zhuzhou Research & Design Institute, ChemChina Rubber Corp. |Wilh. Lambrecht and more. More than 200 exhibitors are expected to attend.

The 2nd International Exhibition and Conference “Earth Remote Sensing” (ERS 2014) will be organized jointly with METEOREX 2014, co-hosted by the Federal Space Agency of Russian Federation (Roscosmos). METEOREX is the perfect platform for the specialized ERS exhibition, bringing together consumers from all areas of application of Earth remote sensing products and services. METEOREX 2014 / Earth Remote Sensing 2014 will occur from July 7th through the 9th, 2014, in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, at “LenExpo” Exhibition Complex. Detailed information in the Internet: http://www.meteo.imd.ru/