What we do

Leosphere has deployed over a thousand Lidars throughout the world with the same concern for reliability, accuracy, safety, return on investment, and dedication to getting the best from the wind. The company also provides testing, delivery, training, warranty and maintenance services for all equipment, as well as global customer assistance. Our customers include national weather services, research agencies, wind developers, turbine manufacturers, utilities, consultants and aviation authorities, as well as universities from all over the world. Leosphere offers the most complete range of Lidar solutions in the industry.

Expertise

 

 

Innovation

R&D

Facts and figures

More than 1 200 Lidars installed in more than 50 countries

More than 1 200 Lidars installed in more than 50 countries

120 people

120 people

10% R&D revenue

10% R&D revenue

Corporate independence: owned by founders & managers

Corporate independence: owned by founders & managers

Worldwide network of service providers

Worldwide network of service providers

27, 5 M€ revenue in 2017

27, 5 M€ revenue in 2017

Applications

Air quality & Industrial risk

Accurate, Lidar-based wind and aerosol measurement of mining and industrial particulates in real time, to help control emissions, meet environmental standards and reduce loss of materials.

Aviation Weather

Speed, shear, turbulence, and more: our Lidar systems provide all the information Air Traffic Management needs to achieve optimum safety, meet regulatory requirements and improve airport efficiency.

Weather & Climate

Highly accurate wind and aerosol Lidars performing 24/7 real-time measurements and high-level data processing as part of comprehensive new high-resolution weather and climate prediction models.

Wind Industry

Accurate multi-range measurements, from the ground or from the nacelle. For development, commissioning, operations maintenance and repowering, we help all players derive the best possible value from their investment.

Our clients

We serve wind developers, wind turbine manufacturers, utilities, consultants, aviation authorities, airport meteorological offices, air quality agencies, mining industry businesses, as well as oil & gas service providers, national weather service bodies, climate research institutes, and universities.