In October 2019 Pessl Instruments joined the kick-off meeting of the STARGATE project. Together with 26 partners, we are aiming to develop, test, implement and showcase a framework that will improve the resilience of farming systems to variable climatic conditions and extreme weather events. And now we need your assistance. Read More
İlk Farmview modülü “Irrimet” sulama gereksinimlerini hesaplamak için tarlanızdaki farklı algılama cihazlarının bir birleşimini kullanır. Read More
We’re looking at toasting to a healthy and happy New year 2020 and it seems like it was yesterday. Coronavirus was still far away in China and we didn’t pay much attention to it.
A perfect overview of the weather conditions with a simple glance at FieldClimate, now available both for Android and iOS devices.
After improving the user experience for the iOS device users, Pessl Instruments worked on bringing the field, and everything that is happening on it, closer to Android operating system users as well. We left the essential features of the app untouched, yet enriched the whole FieldClimate v.2 with additional properties.
We know how important it is to be as close to the clients as possible, and therefore, proudly announce that Pessl Instruments now opened an assembly factory to satisfy growing needs for METOS devices and services in the North American market. Read More
Autonomous tractors, drones for monitoring crops, or data-supported use of егор inputs – these examples show that agriculture is undergoing а digital transformation. То meet the resulting demands, the University of Kaiserslautern (TUK) is creating а professorship for digital farming. The aim is to research new technologies and develop them іп ап application-oriented manner. Read More
Agriculture is certainly the most weather dependent economic sector, and changes in the climatic patterns are strongly affecting it, in terms of productivity, risk management, and environmental preservation. Read More
Pessl Instruments GmbH enters into collaboration with Hiber to supply high-end weather stations for remote areas. Read More