Sparv is proudly holding a presentation on 23rd of August at Nordic Meteorological Meeting in Stockholm. We are looking forward to spread the word of our contribution in providing latest atmospheric measurement systems. We will be happy to hear your requirements, ideas and suggestions during the poster session later the same day.
We will be on holiday between Monday July 11th and Friday July 29th.
You are welcome to continue contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org, but we can’t give you our usual, fast response time.
Have a nice summer!
Here is a one-page PDF presenting what Sparv Embedded does.
For some time, we have been working with atmospheric researchers to add instrumentation to quadcopters and radio-controlled airplanes. These are also called Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) or Remotely Piloted Air System (RPAS).
This is organized in the ISARRA community.
Now we announce a system specifically for this purpose, Sparv Sensors. It removes the need for researchers to also be engineers when setting up UAVs to measure temperature, humidity, gases, etc.
Sparv Embedded and Windsond now has a Twitter account: @sparvsensors.
We are glad to today join the Aerospace Cluster Sweden group of companies. All members have an interest in aerospace or space and maintains international ambitions. We hope this will bring cooperation with other local and national companies.
We at Sparv wish all our customers a Happy Easter! We are busy adding new great features to our weather measurement products.
Anders will attend the conference of the International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely piloted Aircraft (ISARRA), to be held in Tolouse, France in May.
This is a good opportunity to hear about the latest research activities. Anders will also present the latest development of Sparv Embedded for the atmospheric research community.
Maybe see you there?
Welcome Erik and Joel! They have now started their engineering thesis project at Sparv Embedded, working on design and environmental aspects of Windsond.