Many meteorological networks in Africa are not recording accurate data. However, accuracy can be improved and maintenance costs reduced with the application of new IoT technologies. This can lead to positive impacts on agricultural output and disaster prevention.
Read practical know-how based on the 10+ years of experience in the meteorological industry of Jan Barani, who is the designer of the MeteoHelix IoT Pro micro-weather stations.
Find out what is the ideal IoT weather station for a meteorological network
Would an ideal low-cost WMO-compliant weather station look like the MeteoHelix?
Can network service and maintenance be optimized with measurement traceability in mind?
Find out what is a vandalism-tolerant meteorological network
Is a high-density meteorological network based on affordable micro weather stations inherently vandalism-proof.
How does higher data density affect vandalism tolerance?
Can redundancy be affordably created using IoT technologies while increasing network reliability.
Does a micro weather station designed to prevent data access to thieves and with minimal resale or recyclable material value already exist?