Mierij Meteo Systems is a company, founded in 1982, by Rijk Verheul. Over the past decades, the company has delivered many meteorological innovations and solutions to its customers and society.
One of them is the Road Condition Monitoring System. Road managers are enabled to anticipate on bad-weather conditions due to a dense network of measurement devices to monitor meteorological conditions of the roads across the country. In the beginning of the 20th century the management and maintenance of the system was transferred to the government.
The development of off-shore wind farms in the beginning of this century resulted in a demand for a Meteo-mast in the North Sea. Mierij Meteo was selected to design, build and maintain this highly advance offshore Meteo system. A combination of many sophisticated Meteo sensors was installed, combined with the required data logging systems to provide a fail-safe, redundant meteorological monitoring system to the North Sea Wind consortium.
Mierij Meteo is continually developing its organisation and technologies to be able to maintain our position in the market and to meet the changing societal and customer demands. This is done through various partnerships (a.o. TU Delft) and our own R&D efforts.
Nowadays, Mierij Meteo is a company with a long track-record in Meteo systems, providing sensors, systems and services to a multitude of customers. Varying from small leisure harbours and beach clubs to the biggest industrial corporations on the planet.