During the first months of 2012, Nesa srl has been commissioned by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia to supply, install and test a WMO meteorological station to be positioned on the ancient and prestigious tower of Palazzo Ducale, soaring on Piazza Roma, headquarter of the Military Academy and the Geophysical Observatory.
In 2012 Nesa srl supplied and installed a weather-marine station at the Marine Experimental Station (SMS) of the Institute of Marine Sciences (ISMAR) - Genoa Office - of the National Research Council (CNR)
After the success of the first installation made in 2014 at Kotelny Island (part of the archipelago of the "New Siberian Islands" between the "Laptev Sea" and the "East Siberian Sea"), subject of a scientific publication presented in 2016 on prestigious magazine "METEOROLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL"
WASCAL (West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use) is a large-scale research-focused Climate Service Centre designed to help tackle this challenge and thereby enhance the resilience of human and environmental systems to climate change and increased variability. It does so by strengthening the research infrastructure and capacity in West Africa related to climate change and by pooling the expertise of ten West African countries and Germany.
After the great success of Nesa in the tender launched by the Caribbean Community Climate Change Center in 2012 for supply and delivery of 50 AWS according to WMO (Case History Belize), a new challenge was collected by the company on the occasion of the launch, in 2014, of a new and stimulating project financed by "EU-GCCA Caribbean Support Project" - ref. CCCCC/EU-GCCA/SUP-011/2014.
The Government of Mauritius has embarked on an ambitious program of increasing the share of renewable energy on the national grid to 35%. The Central Electricity Board has been entrusted with the execution of the UNDP/GEF funded Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues and Outer Islands, which was approved in 2011.
The territory of the “Marca Trevigiana” includes a specific and peculiar area, where the production of white wine “Prosecco DOCG” is synonymous of quality and salient characteristic of the landscape, tradition and social and economic set. This quality production is known throughout the world.
Nesa srl, as a company that designs and manufactures sensors and systems for environmental monitoring, in 2014 began a great collaboration with Centro Elettrotecnico Sperimentale Italiano (CESI SpA)
In July 2014, Nesa submitted its proposal for a tender issued by the University of Malta in the project "Operational Program I - Cohesion Policy 2007 - 2013 Investing in Competitiveness for a Better Quality of Life"
In September 2010, the project "The European Union Banana Support Program" issued a tender for supply, delivery, installation and training in the field of operators in favor of the "Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ)", based in Kingston.
In November 2017 Nesa was contacted by some leading companies in the field of technological innovation, avant-garde architecture and IoT, which required the supply of a specific visibility sensor to be integrated into the POINT.Architets project for the famous AUDI car brand, developed in collaboration with TODO and with the technical and production contribution of TopStand and Leva Engineering.
During 2011, the "Center for Climate Change in the Caribbean Community" (CCCCC) received funding from the European Union under contract no. FED / 2011 / 267-392 for the implementation of an action entitled "support to the global alliance for climate change" (GCCA).
December 26th, 2004, a terrible moment in the history of South East Asia. An earthquake, off the Indian Ocean, generates a huge natural phenomena called Tsunami , one of the most catastrophic and difficult to monitor in modern times. The governments affected and in particular the Indian body N.I.O.T. (National Institute of Ocean Technology), one of the worldwide excellences in research related to this phenomenas and to the resources of the oceans, (http://www.niot.res.in), carries on a worldwide research for the development of new technologies for the monitoring and the prevention of this disastrous phenomenon.
The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), which includes Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Saint Lucia, St Christopher (St Kitts) and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Montserrat, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, launched in 2015 a procurement notice for Supply of IT, GIS, GPS, Surveying and Climate data collection Hardware (Equipment) and Software Tools for Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Sustainable Land Management (SLM) to build technical capacity in the land management units in each Member State and the OECS Commission.
Kyrgyz Republic has been financed up to US$ 7.63 million by World Bank "Agricultural Productivity Assistance Project" between 2011 and 2015. The project had a nation-wide geographic coverage comprising all seven oblasts of the Kyrgyz Republic, with the main beneficiaries being farmers, farmer organizations and rural households. The specific beneficiaries were selected based on their demand for project services and subject to meeting specific eligibility criteria for support under the different project activities.
Many mountain areas are affected by landslides which often have historical origins and persist through the centuries, because of the peculiar conditions that remain unchanged, or sometimes they are accentuated by climate change (for example, the case of the melting of permafrost in the sub-glacial area, which it reduces the adhesion of the rock surface to the substrate, allowing the detachment and fall downstream).
NESA was selected by UNDP Armenia for the supply, delivery, training and commissioning of two automatic professional weather stations in accordance with WMO, with the purpose of the agro-meteorological monitoring and prevention/warning of at risk conditions, within the project "mitigation of Climate Change Risks of Rural Communities developed through improved local planning project ".
The anemometry, in recent years, has raised a growing interest on a growing market that involves, on the one hand large investors who want to produce and sell power at almost zero cost by installing wind turbines, on the other hand people who are looking for suitable locations for producing wind energy to be submitted to investors
The anemometry, in recent years, has raised a growing interest on a growing market that involves, on the one hand large investors who want to produce and sell power at almost zero cost by installing wind turbines, on the other hand people who are looking for suitable locations for producing wind energy to be submitted to investor.
In 1906 the Duke of Abruzzi, Luigi Amedeo from Savoia, left as mountaineer and explorer for conquering the mountains of Ruwenzori, Uganda, on the border with Congo. That area, now became Mountains National Park of Uganda, is a land of scientific interest as well as landscaping
Along the widespread of photovoltaic systems for producing electrical power, one of the most important alternative energy markets of last ten years, awareness has grown that the yield of a plant depends not only on the quantity of cell installed, on their placement and on the characteristics of the plant
“Altare della Patria” is an Italian national monument built in honor of Vittorio Emanuele II since 1885, and it is located in Piazza Venezia in Rome, is one of the most celebrated architectural works by Italian people but also by the large number of tourists who crowd its stairs.
A water monitoring system, both surface, see the pictures, or ground, consists of installing one or more stations on remote-measurement that, connected to some specific sensors placed into the water, detect specific chemical-physical parameters that provide a health status of analyzed water.
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