For many years Nesa actively collaborates with Iasma (Fondazione Edmund Mach, website http://www.fmach.it/) for the supply of advanced instrumentation and data loggers TMF for agro-meteorological monitoring and disease models fro crops (the network is available online at http://meteo.fmach.it/meteo/mappa.php and allow the operators to obtain data for irrigation management, frost alerts, the calculation of the indices of maturity, growing degree and other services). The Edmund Mach Foundation conducts scientific research, education and training, testing, consulting and services to companies in the areas of agriculture, food and environment. Its management is based on the criteria of efficiency, economy and transparency and non-profit making organization. The Foundation continues the aims and activities of the Institute of Agricultural San Michele, founded in Innsbruck January 12, 1874, and the Centre for Alpine Ecology set up in August 31, 1992, n. 17. In this challenging context, denoted by absolute seriousness and scientific method, Nesa has contributed to the realization of a specific monitoring titled "Evaluate the efficiency of overhead irrigation on strawberry microclimate", the results of which are summarized in the two attached documents.
The Italian technology developed by Nesa has been chosen by METEOROLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL (highly specialized magazine, including the world's leading manufacturers of professional equipment). This great satisfaction arrives after the first one already took place in Italy with the publication in the journal "Nimbus" during 2015. The contents of the article, made available to a very wide and specialized public and customers, tells about company efforts in the R&D sector, which has always focused on improving products and looking for new performing solutions, always in compliance with the relevant regulations in this business sector. This important publication is available on edition 2016 of METEOROLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL and can be downloaded here
The experience and professionalism of Nesa in numerous projects in Central America is once again brought as evidence of the validity of the Italian product in environments with harsh weather conditions (hurricanes, heavy rain, high temperature and humidity).
The challenge to properly measure equivalent water amount of solid precipitations, where main electrical power supply is not easily available, is a problem that affects many automatic weather stations (commonly identified as “AWS”), especially when installed in particular climatic conditions (due to geographic localization or altitude).
Nesa S.r.l. has been designing, worldwide supplying and installing professional equipment and systems for environmental monitoring since 2004 and developed several specific solutions for tipping bucket rain gauges, to make them suitable for applications characterized by reduced power availability, obtaining for one of its products the Patent for industrial invention nr. 0001385352 titled “Pluviometro riscaldato a basso consumo di energia” (“Heated rain gauge with low power consumption”) (Italian office for Patents and Trademark – Ministry of Economic Development, Rome, January, the 1st, 2011).
Nesa was chosen to attend a presentation and Poster session at International Conference on Automatic Weather Stations (ICAWS-2017) 24 – 26 October 2017, Offenbach am Main, Germany under the theme “Automatic weather stations for environmental intelligence – the AWS in the 21st century”. This prestigious opportunity allowed the company to present its technological solutions in front of an audience formed by the most important global researchers in the field of meteorology and technology for environmental monitoring. The Scientific Poster and the video of the presentation are available at the following addresses: XXX and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_n7kjufqeI&feature=youtu.be
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