Maldives: green light to the expansion of the national meteorological monitoring network with 25 new stations and control centers
The project CAE is about to implement consists in the "turnkey" supply of 25 new weather stations, located in the various islands and in the airports which are about to be built in the Maldives. These stations will use the MHAS technology and each of them will be equipped with sensors in order to measure wind speed and direction, rainfall intensity and quantity, atmospheric pressure, air temperature and humidity
Interventions in the "earthquake crater" in Central Italy: monitoring and alert system for the landslide in Borrano di Civitella del Tronto (Teramo)
After performing a feasibility study, CAE provided the Region of Abruzzo with a full-scale and modern "turnkey" monitoring and alert system that can be upgraded and modified at any time in a simple and fast way, without interfering with the functioning of the "Mesh" network, in order to adapt it to any possible future needs that may occur during the monitoring of the phenomenon.
CAE philosophy has always been to do things at our best. For 40 years, quality has been our first priority and, in this regard, the tests to which our equipment is subjected are never enough. For this reason, apart from having passed the various tests internally and obtained EC and FCC certifications, the LPR Radar Hydrometer has also been subjected to further tests in order to certify its accuracy and precision as far as the measurement of liquid levels.
Climate is changing. Guido Bernardi tells us how multi-hazard systems allow us to optimize investments in prevention
An interview with CAE's Business Development Manager on how to leverage on multi-hazard technologies and interoperability to achieve reliable solutions and flexibility.
See you in Amsterdam next October, from 10th to 12th: CAE will be at the Meteorological Technology World Expo
CAE staff will be happy to meet anyone who wants to visit their stand: find us at stand n°.10035 in Hall 8 inside Amsterdam exhibition centre. We will be at your disposal in order to provide you with information, dedicated meetings, specific studies, solutions and proposals, always in the name of innovation for the protection of environment and, especially, of human lives.
Live from Remtech: "The use of the wireless sensor network aiming at emergency management and risk reduction in instability scenarios: application examples, strong points and future perspectives" according to geologist Simone Colonnelli
On Thursday, September 21st, Simone Colonnelli, Geologist and CAE Project Manager, spoke at the Esonda conference "Landslides caused by extreme natural events", at the RemTech Expo. His intervention was about "The use of the Wireless Sensor Network aiming at Emergency Management and Risk Reduction in instability scenarios: application examples, strong points and future perspectives."
Last February, a landslide occurred in the Municipality of Castelnuovo di Campli, in the province of Teramo. CAE provided the Region of Abruzzo with a full-scale and modern "turnkey" monitoring and alert system that uses self-configuring wireless networks thanks to the WSN technology (Wireless Sensor Network).
After the huge landslide occurred in the Municipality of Civitacampomarano, an automatic monitoring and alert system in real time has been implemented and tested, aiming at guaranteeing public safety and managing the emergency situation of this Municipality.
We have had occasion to talk about the consequences of the various earthquakes that have affected Italian regions since August 2016. In this issue we go back to talk about it, to tell you how an initiative from CAE has contributed to an unusual situation.
The works ended with a unanimous purpose as far as sustainable development, removal of fossil fuel subsidies, use of sustainable resources, circular economy, promotion of clean technology, marine litter, environmental fiscal reform, dialogue with the most vulnerable countries and with Africa: on the contrary, no agreement was reached as far as climate.