Under the motto "Aerospace engineering everywhere," the young company Spectrum Aerospace Research Corporation (ARC) is on show with its innovations at HANNOVER MESSE 2014 as a partner at the stand for CERN, the world's largest particle physics research center – including a remote monitoring system (RMS) that adapts perfectly to its application environment.
Be it for weather predictions, safety and risk management or environmental protection – timely environmental data is required in many different fields today. A large volume of scientific data improves environmental models and enables more precise predictions – such as about volcanic activity, earthquakes and tsunamis. The new remote monitoring system (RMS) from Spectrum ARC, an international aeronautics company based in Bavaria, can record environmental data from anywhere – on land, in the air, at sea and even in outer space. This system, which is premiering in Hannover, uses industrial electronics and premium sensor technology to measure physical parameters such as air pressure, temperature, humidity and radiation. The RMS's modular structure and advanced features ensure that the system adapts optimally and flexibly to every environment. In addition, this innovative technology forms a low-maintenance system that can collect large volumes of data and work autonomously over an extended period of time.