Weiz, Austria 2.2.2022 – Pessl Instruments informs you that the iMETOS ECO D3 got discontinued.
Every great story has its ending. And though we are saddened we had to make a choice to discontinue iMETOS ECO D3, we are looking forward to see how its successors will fill its shoes. For which we strongly believe they will with ease.
IPM-Popillia project, funded by EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, has started in September 2020. Our expert team has been working on a monitoring device with the aim of P. japonica detection and monitoring.
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If anything, year 2021 will mark the year in which Pessl Instruments team has grown significantly and has had the opportunity to welcome wonderful people. Puneet Singh considers himself a lifetime student. His passion is to contribute to global sustainability goals and create societal impact. He loves traveling, music, spiritual pursuit, spending time with his family, and buys more books than he can read.
Year 2020 was a challenge. The demand for remote monitoring systems increased as more and more farmers, and investment companies became aware that mitigating climate and weather-related risks, the data quality, analytics and support done remotely, are absolutely important.