Propel breakthroughs for people and planet with leading cloud and aerosol instruments from Droplet Measurement Technologies. Whether you’re measuring black carbon, bioaerosols, cloud droplets, or other aerosols, get the data and expert scientific support you need to foster invention, commit to innovation, and make discoveries that matter.

Micro Pulse LiDAR (MPL)

Droplet is pleased to announce the addition of Micro Pulse LiDAR (MPL) products to our portfolio of atmospheric research instruments! MPL and MiniMPL are a ground-based, optical, remote-sensing system designed to determine the altitude of clouds and to detect atmospheric aerosols. MPL’s users will now benefit from MPL and Droplet’s common focus on the research community, as well as the combined support, development, and scientific consulting capabilities that we will bring to our end users.

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Through Droplet Science Programs, our scientists come alongside you to provide support and guidance whenever needed – from foundational questions that drive your program’s objective, to implementation and analysis.

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The research tools you need for any application.

  • Bioaerosol Studies

    Investigating the role of bioaerosols on ecosystems, health, and climate change.

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  • Climate Models & Radiative Forcing

    Identifying, quantifying, and predicting the influences of certain particles on climate and the environment.

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  • Cloud Physics Research

    Determining how different particles and pollutants impact cloud and precipitation formation.

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  • Human Health

    Examining health effects from exposure to bioaerosols and other pollutants.

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  • Pollution Characterization

    Monitoring bioaerosols and air pollutants and determining predominant sources of these particles.

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  • Visibility & Fog Studies

    Better understanding how fog, aerosols, and other particles impact visibility in order to lead improvements to both visibility and air quality.

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  • Weather Modification Research

    Evaluating whether cloud seeding can be effective within the existing environment by investigating background interactions between aerosols and clouds.

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