Enviroearth has acquired a unique experience in operations and management of environmental monitoring stations and of scientific bases located on remote sites, requiring experienced technicians and engineers that are accustomed to traveling and to living onsite in extreme conditions as well as adapted organized logistics.
With on-site permanent teams and regular maintenance visits, both preventive and corrective, we have operated and maintained operational conditions for over 10 years on behalf of a UN agency, high technological measurement stations (noble gases, radionuclides particles, meteorological parameters, infrasonic waves, seismic, and hydro acoustic) in several very remote places on the globe. The data from this centralized international network is also used for monitoring climate change.
In France, Harris Corp. (USA) and LSCE (Laboratory of Climate and Environmental Sciences) have entrusted Enviroearth the challenge to install and operate during the COP21 event and for a period of one year, an optical CO2 multi-beam measurement system over the rooftops of Paris. Greenlite system permits to conduct a 2D mapping of the concentration of CO2 and soon CH4 over the French capital.