Dear All,

Welcome to the Plair Newsletter! Over the last three months, since the last newsletter, our team has been on a thrilling journey. The European Aerobiology Symposium in Lyon, Meteorological Technology Expo in Madrid – these events allowed you to learn about our instrument and its applications. In Madrid, we launched Rapid-E, the newest particle analyzer that instantly detects and identifies numerous aerosols – pollen, fungal spores, and air pollution – simultaneously, and more rapidly and precisely than ever before. In addition, Plair SA CEO and co-founder, Dr. Denis Kiselev, won the 2016 Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry (HMEI) Award for best engineer. A distinguished panel of judges drawn from industry and the World Meteorological Organization formed the selection committee.

We’ve highlighted our latest news and hope you will enjoy reading it!

Plair CEO wins the international 2016 HMEI Award for best engineer

Dr. Denis Kiselev, co-founder and CEO of Plair SA, has received the Association of Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry's (HMEI) top recognition for engineers under the age of 35 who demonstrate outstanding work in the field. The HMEI award recognizes Dr. Kiselev’s work in developing revolutionary technology for Plair’s particle analyzers, which improve air quality measurements in various fields.

“It is a great honor and privilege to receive this prize,” said Dr. Kiselev. “It means that our work and dedication to this company is highly appreciated by our customers and peers from the industry around the globe. This award proves the impact of our disruptive technology and innovative products for the field of hydro-meteorological and other environmental systems. I’m sure this award will help attract the best talent to our growing team.”

Dr. Kiselev was recognized at an award ceremony during the HMEI General Assembly at the World Meteorological Organization Technical Conference on Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation (CIMO TECO) 2016 in conjunction with the Meteorological Technology World Expo on September 28, 2016 in Madrid, Spain. For more information, please follow this link.

Thank you for visiting us at the World Expo in Madrid
 

Our week at the Meteorological Technology World Expo on September 27-29 in Madrid was remarkable. Thank you to all visitors, customers, and partners who visited us! In 2017, the World Expo will take place in Amsterdam on October 10-12 – we look forward to seeing you there!

If you missed the Expo, more information about it and our real-time airborne particle identifier Rapid-E is available at this link.