BALTIMORE, MD. – Belfort Instrument Company, one of the country’s oldest meteorological sensor and meteorological system manufactures, has installed its Automated Weather Observation system (AWOS AV) at the Princeton Airport (39N), Princeton, NJ.
The AWOS installation at the Princeton Airport is the first under the NJ DOT contract for the installation of fifteen (15) Belfort AWOS AV automated weather stations throughout the State. The AWOS AV provides real-time wind speed, wind direction, temperature, relative humidity, dewpoint and altimeter setting and visibility information on a graphical displaying the FBO office, over the airport’s Unicom radio, via dial-in telephone, and on the Internet.
“We are extremely excited about the AWOS AV station being up and running; this according to Kenneth Nierenberg of Princeton Airport, he continues, “ the addition of the weather station ensures our commitment to safe flight operations for pilots using our airport.”
Belfort Instrument Company has been a leading provider of weather instruments to government, professional meteorology and aviation markets for over 130 years.