The monitoring of snowfall in remote locations in Iceland is an example of the harsh environments in which Meteor Communications operate.
The above image, showing the first snowfall of the year, is from one of the Meteor Nexus Camera units currently deployed in Iceland to monitor snow conditions in remote, rugged locations where mains power is unavailable.
For more information about the Meteor Nexus camera, please click here.
Meteor are delighted to announce that they will be present at the WWEM show on 5-6th November at Telford International Centre and also at the inaugural Flood Defence Expo at Excel on 4-5th December. At both shows Meteor will be holding seminar sessions highlighting the versatility of the MCE-Nexus GPRS camera system.
The full range of Meteor products will be on view, along with live data and images from sites across the UK and Europe.
Due to the unprecedented success of the Meteor Nexus Remote Camera a dedicated website is now online to show the capabilities of the unit in more detail. Perfect for remote locations due to ultra low power consumption it enables high quality images to be economically acquired. Click here to explore the Nexus Website
As the Summer Festival season gets into full swing, Meteor technology will once again be behind the environmental monitoring and management solutions used in many events across the country from the largest music festivals to the smallest summer fête.
Speed of deployment, robustness and reliability in conjunction with sophisticated alarming functionality, ease of use and first class support make Meteor solutions the clear choice for serious environmental professionals.
For more information about Meteor environmental monitoring solutions please click here.
Meteor have provided a hosted data dissemination solution to defra and the Environment Agency, providing predicted Water Quality information for beaches across the UK. Taking information from a central prediction database, beach controllers can subscribe to the service to provide a daily SMS predicting the Water Quality for that beach.
Hosted at the Meteor Data Centre, the system is expected to send over 75,000 messages during the 2014 Bathing Season. Meteor have also developed a robust standalone LED display for use at beaches, which will automatically update daily with Water Quality predictions.
Following the recent flood events the Environment Agency’s NWQIS team have deployed sixteen MCE-ESNET units on the Somerset Levels, monitoring Water Quality in rivers during the continued pumping operations. Meteor have provided a dedicated web portal with recent data not only from the ESNET units but also from existing EA water level gauging stations and pumps. The complete system was operational within 48 hours, showing the speed at which the NWQIS team can respond using Meteor technologies.
A Meteor MCE-NEXUS camera located at a river in the south of england gives a good indication of the massive volume of water that has recently been passing through, helping local flood defence officers to determine not just the water level but also the impact in relation to local infrastructure and the banks. A low power device which can be deployed to any site with GPRS coverage the Nexus camera gives a fast, effective solution to monitoring of remote assets.
Click here for MCE-NEXUS GPRS Cam Datasheet
Matt Dibbs appeared on Radio Verulam’s “The Business” show this Sunday (26th Jan) to talk about Funding for business. Thanks to all the team at RV for the invite – Click below to listen to the programme:
A new Tankered Domestic Waste Logger has been installed for Severn Trent Water at Longbridge Sewage Treatment Works, adding to their current network of 39 loggers. The system was up and running within 3 hours of arrival on site, showing the quick deployment nature of the logger. For more information on our TDW systems click here