Our services include systems integration companies in West Africa. We deliver cost-effective and comprehensive solutions for the full range of Environment and Meteorological Systems.
Our Buoy Operated Automatic Meteorological Stations collect weather and ocean data for onward transmittion to a base station.
With limitless number of customized weather stations, our Buoy comes with sensors for measuring Wind speed, wind gust, wind direction, variable wind direction, wind and water temperature, dew point, precipitation, turbidity, Wave etc.
Accuracy of weather measurement depends on the equipment calibration. We provide calibrations and re-calibrations services for automated weather observing systems and sensors.
We deploy real-time continuous gas analysers that measure all major organic and inorganic pollutants including Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Ozone (O3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Ammonia (NH3), Benzene (C6H6) and other BTEX VOC.
Our installations has always satisfied users, regulators and those from the health community by providing truly accurate, precise, real time measurement of fine particulate matter (PM) from wide variety of sources, both natural (e.g. entrained dust, fires, Saharan dust) and from anthropogenic activities (e.g.road transport, combustion, industry, minerals extraction, construction).
A Low level windshear alert system (LLWAS) measures average surface wind speed and direction using a network of remote sensor stations, situated near runways and along approach or departure corridors at an airport. Wind shear is the generic term for wind differences over an operationally short distance (in relation to flight) which encompass meteorological phenomena including gust fronts, microbursts, vertical shear, and derechos.
LLWAS compares results over its operating area to determine whether calm, steady winds, wind shifts (in relation to runways), wind gusts, divergent winds, sustained divergent winds (indicative of shear), or strong and sustained divergent winds (indicative of microbursts) are observed. An LLWAS master station polls each remote station every system cycle (nominally every ten seconds) and provides prevailing airport wind averages, runway specific winds, gusts, may set new wind shear alerts or microburst alerts and reset countdown timers of elapsed time since the last alert. By airline rules, pilots must avoid microbursts if warnings are issued by an automated wind shear detection system, and must wait until a safe time interval passes, to assure departure or landing conditions are safe for the performance of the airframe.
Automated Weather Observing Systems (AWOS) measure and report weather conditions for aviation applications. AWOS are installed in a variety of locations, including commercial and private airports, military air bases, and heliports.
AWOS range in size and complexity, from a single weather station to a network of sensor groups on multiple runways. With limitless number of customized weather stations, our AWOS comes with sensors for measuring Wind speed, wind gust, wind direction, variable wind direction, temperature, dew point, altimeter setting, density altitude, visibility, variable visibility, sky condition, cloud height, cloud type, present weather, precipitation identification, thunderstorm, lightning detection, present weather, and lightning detection.
We deploy in varing terrains and with Solar power. Our AWOS can withstand harsh conditions and function accurately for a very long time with low maintenance.