Air is essential for life, not just because it allows living organisms to breathe but also because its influence makes the Earth habitable. Changes to atmospheric composition due to human or natural causes alter air quality (with repercussions on ecosystems and health) and can affect climate change.
Authorities are obligated to monitor air quality and SICE provides modern monitoring systems that guarantee quality of air to citizens and ecosystems and allow measures to be taken if necessary.
This system measures data on gas and particle concentrations and meteorological data to give real time air quality information.
Remote stations are able to measure gases (CO, NOX, SO2, O3, hydrocarbons and BTX, etc.), particles, meteorological parameters and noise levels.
SICE integrates monitoring networks with mathematical simulation models for analysis and short term prediction.
Meteorological networks can be installed for a wide range of purposes: by meteorological organizations themselves, to provide support to air quality measurement networks, meteorological control at airports, etc.
Not only does SICE provide solutions for all of these applications, but it also integrates weather stations in order to control variables that could affect road safety (gusts of wind, rain, ice on the road surface and visibility) as part of traffic supervision ITS systems on intercity roads.
SICE develops databases of environmental information and implements a range of different systems for publicizing environmental information on websites, smart phones, information panels and during personalized talks, etc.