Bristol, England: Meteorological equipment specialists Biral is looking forward to attending both the Golf Industry Show in Orlando and the BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition (BTME) in Harrogate in January to exhibit its BTD-200 self-contained, standalone lightning warning system.
Since making its debut at Met Tech last year, the BTD-200 has grown in popularity across a number of industries, and broke into the leisure industry at the 2019 Golf Industry Show in San Diego.
Following its success at this year’s event, Biral, an Associate Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, has decided to return for the 2020 exhibition and will be making its debut at BTME, Europe’s leading exhibition for turf professionals and buyers.
The BTD-200 lightning warning system gives advanced warning of overhead lightning risk using its professional-grade detection system which is designed for leisure, sports and outdoor pursuits. This includes golf courses, team sports, university and school sports facilities, sports stadiums, outdoor leisure, theme parks and concert venues.
The BTD-200 lightning warning system is a complete detection and warning system which has been developed from the Biral range of professional aviation grade lightning detection systems.
It reliably detects the local presence of all forms of lightning out to a range of 35 kilometres (22 miles) from the sensor. Designed to be installed and set up by non-technical staff, it comes with a power supply and the essential PC application ‘Lightning Works’, for monitoring and warning personnel of approaching thunderstorms.
After being received well in the golf industry press, Biral has recently become members of the GCMA (Golf Club Managers’ Association) and has recently attended its biennial conference.
The event brings together golf club managers and industry professionals from across the United Kingdom and Europe and offers invaluable networking opportunities alongside a programme of inspiring keynote speakers and industry led break-out sessions.