Roadside Meteorological Information System

Nimera would like to present its new system for roadside meteorological information, ROMIS. The system will be on display at our stand during the conference Dag van de Openbare Ruimte, at Brussels Expo on February 1st and 2nd. We would like to welcome you there in order to tell you more about the possibilities of ROMIS, Earth Probe and our other solutions.

ROMIS provides an easily installed and operated weather station dedicated to roadside operation. The system is based on a high quality meteorological sensor which measures wind speed and direction, relative humidity, dew point, temperature, barometric pressure and (optionally) solar radiation. The weather station operates stand-alone, powered by a battery which is charged by means of a solar panel or, if necessary, a small windmill. The data is transferred to a back-end server system by means of LoRaWan or 3G/4G data communication technologies. This means that the system does not require any existing power or data communication infrastructure. The basic system can be extended with a smog detector, an air quality sniffer and a radar system for speed measurements. A user-friendly but nevertheless extended web application visualizes the measured data, provides a rich set of alarms. The web application also allows to publish the data as a set of CEN standardized DATEX II messages.

A temporary ROMIS demo setup

A temporary ROMIS demo setup

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