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ADCON Telemetry Group
Adcon Telemetry develops and produces smart wireless telemetry solutions for meteorological, hydrographical and agro-meteorological purposes.
The company's offers turn-key telemetry solutions for all kinds of meteorological data collection, processing, visualization and distribution activities. Its expertise is in solar powered systems, built around extremely compact and robust data loggers with integrated batteries and multiple communication options: UHF, GSM, GPRS or UMTS. The flexible ADCON concept supports the construction of small, mid or large scale networks to cover even entire provinces and countries, with networks consisting of well in excess of 1.000 stations. Stations within the same network can come in all kinds of configurations, from simple rain gauge stations to radar-level stations for flood warning to synoptical, professional weather stations for met offices.
The company's offerings have applications across precision farming, agricultural decision support, disease models, frost warning, degree days, irrigation management and monitoring, irrigation remote valve control, soil moisture monitoring, evapotranspiration monitoring, irrigation software, professional meteorology, wind/rain monitoring, efficient water management, rapid leak detection, remote meter reading, pressure monitoring, water quality monitoring, and building telemetry networks.
In April 2011, the ADCON Telemetry Group was purchased by the OTT Hydromet Group, based in Kempten, Germany, and now operates as part of a group of companies specialized in providing monitoring and decision support solutions for the Meteorological, Hydrological and Agricultural markets.
- Vienna, Vienna, Austria
- Countries of operation
- Austria, Mexico, Switzerland, Romania, Greece, Germany, Canada, Bulgaria
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- Climate Related Hazards
- Changing temperature (air, freshwater, marine water), Changing wind patterns, Precipitation variability
- Human and Managed Systems
- Damages to physical infrastructure, property, and critical services, Reduced agricultural productivity and food security, Reduction in water availability, quality and security
- Physical and Biological Systems
- Drought, Heat Stress, Soil degradation & erosion, Water Stress
Last updated: May 14, 2021