With over 80 years of experience, we contribute to a better quality of life through accurate and easy-to-use measurement products and services for the weather-related and industrial markets. Based in Finland, Vaisala employs approximately 1,600 professionals globally. We are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki stock exchange. Vaisala conducts business in these areas: Weather & Environment and Industrial Measurements.
Vaisala Industrial Measurements is a world leader in environmental measurement systems and instrumentation. We offer sensors, continuous monitoring systems and validation solutions.
We offer solutions for measuring, monitoring and validating parameters in a variety of environments, including:
Vaisala monitoring solutions reduce the risk of lost or adulterated products, and ensure our customers meet all global regulations and guidelines. We understand the importance of dependable measurement and gap-free data to ensure data integrity, repeatable processes, and safe end products.
We monitor and measure several parameters, including:
Vaisala provides support globally, including product support and calibrations through our own local facilities or regional partners.
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