Tuesday 27 September, 19:36:05

Who is who?

Luc Trullemans

  • Meteorologist
  • Lives in the province of Liège
  • Lifetime career as weather forecaster at the RMI
  • Founder of the ‘Belgische Meteo Club Belge (BMCB)’ in 2020
  • Participates in numerous meteorological-related projects such as the Solar Impulse
  • Former weather presenter RTL-TVI
  • Provides the weather forecasts that you can find on Meteo-BE.net
  • Installation & maintenance weather stations French-speaking part of the country
  • Purchase of Barani weather stations for the Wallonia region

Geert Vandenbrande

  • Electronics engineer
  • Lives in the province of West flanders
  • All technical aspects of the weather stations in the network
  • Communication between weather stations and the servers (management Sigfox backend)
  • Onderhoud en update artikelen op de website Meteo-BE.net
  • Installation & maintenance weather stations Dutch-speaking part of the country
  • Purchase of Barani weather stations for the Flanders region

Robin Vandenbrande

  • Programmer IT
  • Originally from West flanders but now living in Toronto (Canada)
  • Programmer of the website Meteo-BE.net, both frontend (what you see) and backend (everything that happens in the background, all data processing)
  • Management of the servers of Meteo-BE.net

Michael Bleret

  • Meteorologist
  • Lives in the province of Liège
  • Works as a forecaster at the Meteo Wing of the Belgian Air Force
  • Co-founder of the ‘Belgische Meteo Club Belge (BMCB)’ in 2020
  • Specialist in looking for the coldest spots in the Ardennes

Marc Vandiepenbeeck

  • Climatologist
  • Lives in the province of Walloon brabant
  • Climatologist at the RMI

Sébastien Verachtert

  • Meteorologist
  • Lives in the province of Namur
  • Works as meteorologist at Skeyes (supporting civil airports in Belgium)

Kristof Willemyns

  • Lives in the province of East flanders
  • Installation & maintenance weather stations Dutch-speaking part of the country

 

And of course all the owners of a weather station in our network or people making it possible we can place a weather station at an interesting location. Without these people we haven't good meteorological data… 

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