Asking IoT sensors new questions: How far can you go?
11 Nov 2021 | 4 min read
IoT sensors provide location, movement, vibration, and environment data, enabling asset tracking, remote monitoring, and data fusi...
Organized by the publisher of Meteorological Technology International magazine, the Meteorological Technology World Expo will showcase the very latest climate, weather and hydrometeorological forecasting, measurement, and analysis technologies. With 200 exhibiting companies and 4,000 attendees from over 100 countries, professionals visit from national meteorological and hydrological services, environmental agencies, research institutes, universities and weather-critical industries including aviation, road, rail, maritime, retail, renewable energy, offshore industries, insurance, leisure, utilities and more. From 11 to 13 October, at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, France, Hall 7.1
Meet Astrocast at Meteorological Technology World Expo and book your meeting on-site with our team to find out how our Satellite IoT Service can take your IoT strategy further:
You can also drop by booth 7050 and discuss in person your IoT project with the Astrocast team.
Satellite IoT (SatIoT) has a lot to bring to Environment & Utilities. From hurricanes to polar caps to seismic activity, tracking the planet in remote locations requires a view from above. The Astrocast nanosatellite IoT network brings critical data from the furthest reaches right to your desk. With telemetry for weather data, flow monitoring and universal data loggers, or telematics for smart grid, gas metering and water distribution systems, affordable SatIoT will boost research.
With the increase in natural disasters driven in part by climate change, the need for fast-tracking IoT solutions is vital. Today, all kinds of sensors and devices can bring a tremendous amount of precious data to help with prevention. But the responsibility to choose the most relevant ones lies in the hands of high-level professionals.
At this event, only operations directors, senior scientists, program managers, purchasing chiefs and managing directors from leading airlines, aircraft operators, shipping companies, marine/port installations, airports, military operations, offshore exploration companies, wind farm operators, met offices, agricultural operations and research institutes are invited to attend.