History of Meteolabor AG

•1965: Meteolabor was founded in Zürich by the engineers Paul Ruppert and Walter Büchler.  Production of radiosondes and industrial electronics began.

•1968: Expansion into EMC (first disturbance filters, then specializing in EMC-solutions including surge protection) 

•1969: Radiosounding-System BASORA 400

•1974: Meteolabor relocated to a new building in Wetzikon, Switzerland.

•1974-1980: Development of ANETZ (Automatic Measurement Network of Swiss Weather stations) 

•1978: Meteolabor begins with NEMP-ProtectionTechnology

•1982-1997: Radiosounding-System P-763 for Swiss Army

•1984: Additional building in Wetzikon

•1988-1995: Radiosounding-System P-760 / BASORA 400C

•1995: Certified Quality Management System according to ISO 9001

•1996: Participation in „Columbus“ Space project of ESA

•1997: "SnowWhite" dew point mirror for radiosondes 

•1997: USM550 combines surge protection and residual current device

•2000: Founded Meteolabor Deutschland GmbH

•2002: Digital GPS-Radiosonde SRS-C34

•2009: Meteolabor humidity sensor installed in "Columbus" space station

•2015: ESA Project "Spacefish" drohne flight in the strathosphere

•2017: Digital GPS-Radiosonde SRS-C50 in use by Meteosuisse

•2018: Digital GPS-Radiosonde SRS-C50 in use by swiss army