Weather software engineer Paul Maravelias recently evaluated the NRG S1 anemometer during a New England coastal high-wind event. He chronicled his experience working with this sensor for the NRG blog.
With the introduction of the NRG S1 Anemometer in August 2019, NRG Systems conducted a round-robin S1 calibration study. The intent of the study was to quantify in a transparent way the differences in calibration results that NRG customers should expect from the three industry-leading wind tunnels that provide calibrations for NRG anemometers.
We would like to inform you that NRG Systems is preparing to retire the 110S Temperature Sensor and the 200P Wind Vane.
On September 23, 2019, global leaders gathered at the UN in New York City for the Global Action Summit.
In 2018, ZephIR Lidar became ZX Lidars. This shift represented much more than a rebrand for the UK-based company, which provides a range of industry-leading wind Lidar products.
NRG Systems believes that participating in the towns where we live and work is key to building a better business and world.
Bruce Taubert has been photographing the natural world and its inhabitants for more than 30 years. Among his frequent and favorite subjects are bats.
While Doppler Lidar is widely used and excels at providing accurate boundary layer measurements, Direct Detect Lidar has emerged as another remote sensing option for meteorological applications.
NRG has expanded its solutions to include data services, including email service for data loggers, continuous automated conversion of measurement data, an open source Python package to aid in DIY data processing, continuous monitoring of measurement campaigns, ad hoc data analysis, and more.
NRG sensors endure a battery of intense tests before they are released to our customers. The NRG 200M Wind Direction Vane was no different.