MeteoHelix weather station to revolutionize tropical climate monitoring

MeteoHelix is the first IoT weather station on LoRaWAN in Samoa, South Pacific.

MeteoHelix is the first IoT weather station on LoRaWAN in Samoa, South Pacific.

The MeteoHelix weather station is the first IoT device to demonstrate a LoRaWAN Internet of Things wireless network on the island nation of Samoa in the South Pacific during the Pacific Meteorological Council (PMC-5) meeting. Its secure encrypted meteorological data connection uses The Things Network LoRa server to rout data to the allMETEO.com meteorological cloud platform as part of an early warning weather monitoring system demonstration. The ease of deployment of the MeteoHelix weather stations makes them unique in the marketplace.

BARANI DESIGN Technologies team sharing a stand with  COMPTUS  of USA, a BARANI DESIGN distributor.

BARANI DESIGN Technologies team sharing a stand with COMPTUS of USA, a BARANI DESIGN distributor.

Designed to survive cyclone, hurricane and typhoon force winds and direct impacts of flying debris, the MeteoHelix weather station is the only weather station on the market today that can reliably function through the destruction they bring.

We would like to thank the the Government of Samoa, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) as the hosts of the PMC-5 meeting and Varysian, the organizers of the hydrometeorological equipment exhibition, for making this demonstration possible.