ATEKNEA Solutions Hungary presented the mock-up of the MARG prototype at the Meteorological Technology Expo at 21-23 October 2014, in Brussels. According to statistics, more that 2500 attendees from 70 countries, including Russia, Korea, Austria, USA, Belgium, UK, Uruguay, Poland and Finland, attended the event, making it the must-see event in the meteorological industry calendar. Exhibitors came from around the world to showcase their latest...Read More
Celebration of 30 years PESSL Instrument and inauguration of the new headquarter on 10 November 2014.
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The aim of the MoDeM-IVM project is to develop a new, interactive, web-based Decision Support System (DSS) for integrated management of the vineyard. The DSS is composed by an integrated system (wireless sensors and hand-held devices) for real-time monitoring of the vineyard components (air, soil, plants, pests and diseases) and a web-tool that analyses these data by using advanced modelling techniques for the key processes...Read More
WaterBee is a complete, resilient, cost-effective Smart Irrigation and Water Management system, that empowers growers, vineyards, golf clubs, public authorities and landscape managers to optimise their commercial and sustainable environmental operations. The web sensor networked irrigation system is centrally monitored and coordinated, and the WaterBee services are provided across Europe through collaborating Business Partners, who work...Read More
WATERGOLF: Wireless distributed intelligent system for irrigation optimisation and early turf disease prevention and treatment on golf courses
Recreational water use is a very small but growing percentage of total water use and is mostly tied to reservoirs. If a reservoir has a water level higher than designated for consumption, then the excess water could be categorized as recreational usage. A report from the European Environment Agency (EEA) revealed that Europe has so far concentrated on increasing the supply of water rather than exploring ways to limit its demand. Golf courses are...Read More