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“Acqua Alta” Alarm in Venice, exceptional event of last November monitored and forecasted

UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Venice with its canals, squares and churches is a source of pride for Italy and the Italians. Located within the Venetian Lagoon, the city is a living work of art that is visited by 25 million tourists a year.

The extraordinary event of “Aqua Alta” (means= “High Water”) occurred recently in Venice (see article: www.nytimes.com/2019/11/13/world/europe/venice-flood.html) highlighted once again the problems generated by climate change and the need to have efficient and accurate hydro-meteorological monitoring networks in order to promptly alert the authorities and the population. The term Acqua Alta is a Venetian expression that indicates the phenomenon of particularly pronounced tidal peaks that occur in the Venetian lagoon during the autumn / winter season when the astronomical tide, the sirocco wind, the phenomenon of the sex in the Adriatic (or even all these elements) cause a greater influx of water into the lagoon.

The Centro Previsioni Maree plays an important role in terms of forecasting the tidal and forecticasting the “Acqua Alta” phenomenon using data from a hydro-meteorological monitoring network provided and maintained by Siap + Micros SpA inside the Venetian lagoon.

The need to perform an accurate meteo-marine monitoring is explained by Alvise Papa (Manager of the Center for Tide Forecasts) during an episode of Linea Verde Life broadcast on 26 October. At the following link the episode aired on Rai Uno (National Italian Television) where you can see Siap+Micros SpA’s technology:

Regional council of Campania Region – “Ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of the real time and supplementary meteo-hydrological monitoring network”

Siap+Micros has just begun the activities for the technological upgrading of the real time monitoring network in Campania Region. The system is composed of 190 stations and 20 repeaters, each one connected to the others by means of an UHF radio transmission.

The overall Project concerns the upgrade of the actual communication infrastructure by implementing the use of Modbus-RTU, an openly published and royalty-free standard protocol. Moreover, the activities will consist also of replacing most of the present dataloggers, and upgrading the operational control centre.
The technological upgrade will allow the regional Civil Protection to enhance the polling time interval bringing it up to 10 min.

RAVENNA PORT – Supply, installation and maintenance of a tidal and meteorological monitoring system compliant with WMO and ISPRA standards

Siap+Micros is glad to announce the beginning of services for the “Port System Authority for the central and northern Adriatic Sea”, regarding the supply and maintenance of a meteorological and oceanographic real time monitoring system.

Siap+Micros has proposed and adopted a solution which includes data transmission by optical fibre, in order for the Port Authority to enhance the efficiency of data communication not only for the environmental monitoring, but also for the maritime traffic management. Furthermore, a control centre will be equipped with Polaris WEB, a specific software accurately designed by Siap+Micros for the management and supervision of meteorological monitoring networks.

Generally, the system is composed of 4 meteorological stations, 1 meteorological station equipped with visibility sensor, 5 tidal stations (tides and water quality monitoring) and 3 more stations specifically implemented to detect sea currents with ADCP sensor. Siap+Micros will achieve together with Engineering S.r.l. all the optical fibre connections between the monitoring stations and the operational centre located in Ravenna Port.

Besides, all data collected will be freely accessible to the public by a proper web page at the following link: http://www.port.ravenna.it/.

Thanks to this project Siap+Micros is proud to confirm once again its well-known quality, professionalism and compliance with WMO and ISPRA (Superior Institute for environmental protection and research) standards.

Hydrological monitoring system of Fosso Vallerano creek

Siap+Micros Spa is glad to announce that the contract with the property management company of the BNP Paribas bank group has been signed. The project concerns the installation of a hydraulic monitoring system of the Fosso Vallerano creek, located in the south of Rome.

The system to be installed will be composed by several hydrological and meteorological monitoring stations, each one connected to a data storage and collection centre by means of a UMTS/GPRS and radio transmission system. This project is contextualized in a wider one for the hydraulic risk’s mitigation of Roma-EUR district, which also includes construction projects for the containment of Tevere river floods.

Monitoring and warning system for Rudan creek in Vodo di Cadore (Belluno – Dolomites)

Siap+Micros is going to install a monitoring and alarm system for debris flow for the awarded contract “Sistema di monitoraggio e allarme del Rio Rudan in Comune di Vodo di Cadore (BL)”. The whole system has been entirely designed by Siap+Micros, thanks to its professional and expert team.

The Rudan creek springs in the top of Antelao Mountain, and it develops then all along the Mountain further down reaching Vodo di Cadore village, located in the heart of Dolomites. When heavy rainfall occurs, Rudan creek can be easily subject to debris flows, a natural event that can be very dangerous not only to the population of the village, but also to “51 di Alemagna”road. A double system has been thoroughly designed in order to enhance the level of accuracy and efficiency of the overall monitoring: upstream a rain gauge station will be installed to detect rain trends in the valley and estimate the effect of rainfalls on the debris flow phenomenon, whereas a specific alert system will be implemented downstream.

When the event takes place, the system triggers the drills located on the Peaio watchtower and the road’s traffic lights. All these devices are connected by a double data transmission system GSM/Radio, and the whole system is controlled by the operational centre of ARPAV located in Marghera. The monitoring system will protect both the road and the population of Vodo di Cadore.

AGU Fall Meeting 2019

For the first time in history Osmos (France), Siap + Micros (Italy) and San Lien (Taiwan) will be togheter at the largest international science meeting: AGU in the USA.

The event will be held in San Francisco (USA) from 9 to 13 December 2019 at the Moscone Center. During this event there will be important institutions such NASA and NOAA, various research centers, universities and private companies for discussing and analyzing climate changes and how to monitore & forecast them.

We will be at both 1311 Floor Plan for showing you the solutions of the international OSL group (Osmos, Siap + Micros and San Lien) as well as discuss any future developments and projects.

For more information, visit the AGU website AGU Fall Meeting.

New MicroDA datalogger: the future, the present, the past

Siap+Micros broadens its variety of products for data acquisition systems launching MicroDA, a new forefront datalogger, which can easily allow to achieve maximum flexibility and computing capacity.

The frequent need in monitoring applications is to obtain precision and reliability without the use of a large number of interfaces. For this reason, Siap+Micros has designed and developed this new datalogger, which can ensure high precision standards while keeping Micro:

    •  dimensions;
    •  consumption;
    •  price.

MicroDA ensures a high flexibility of use and can acquire signals in current, voltage, resistance (Pt100), or digital signals (frequency, counter or status). Thanks to the ARM Cortex processor (32 bit) the datalogger has significantly reduced consumption, with respect to the dataloggers with a comparable computing capacity. This feature makes the device very suitable even for applications where could be difficult to provide power supply properly.
Furthermore, the new MicroDA represents also a data transmission device and can be supplied with an incorporated LTE modem.

HydrometAFRICA – Cairo 2019 – Stand 20

Siap+Micros this year will be present at HydrometAFRICA 2019 in Cairo (Egypt), from the 18th to the 22nd of February.

This event will be an important showcase where all the major manufacturing companies in the hydro-meteorological field will meet, along with representatives from many African public and private bodies, interested in the field of environmental and water management.

HydrometAFRICA represents the most important exposure for the environmental, hydrological and meteorological industry in the African Continent.

We are waiting for you at stand 20 where we will show you our most recent projects, products, and where we will discuss potential applications of our systems.

The British company Varysian organizes HydrometAfrica in partnership with the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).

For more information, visit the website of HydrometAFRICA 2019.

OSMOS Group and SANLIEN Technology Corp jointly acquire Siap+Micros

Conegliano, September 13th, 2018 – Siap+Micros S.r.l, an Italian leader in meteorological, hydrological and environmental monitoring sectors announces that 100% of its shares have been jointly acquired by OSMOS, recognized specialist in the field of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) and subsidiary of the French EREN Group, and by SANLIEN Technology Corp, Taiwan-based provider of safety and accurate measurement services for civil engineering projects.

Practically, this acquisition has been completed by Siap+Micros Holding S.r.l., an Italian company created by OSMOS and SANLIEN. To demonstrate their confidence in SIAP+Micros’ strategy and to ensure the continuity of the business for the full satisfaction of both Italian and foreign customers, the new shareholders have decided to maintain the existing organization and management. Therefore, the current President of the Board, M. Renato Maguolo, and the Chief Executive Officer, M. Alex Stevanin, have been confirmed in their respective positions.

Siap+Micros has been created in 2003 from the merger of SIAP Bologna (1925) and Micros (1976). With almost 100 years of history and experience in the meteorological sector, the company has gained a worldwide recognition for its cutting-edge expertise in the field of environmental monitoring. It has developed one of the widest available range of state-of-the-art products and systems, totally “Italian made”, including meteorological, hydrological and environmental sensors, as well as data transmission equipment and high value software tools.

Since 2003, Siap+Micros was mainly owned by the late Mr. Piergiorgio Vigliani together with his family and several minority shareholders including MM. Giovanni Garnero and Carlo Zumaglini. Under the leadership of MM. Maguolo and Stevanin, the company has consolidated its expertise and accelerated its development in Italy and internationally. The capability of Siap+Micros to bring innovative solutions, offer comprehensive services and develop international partnerships have boosted the expansion of its customer base, both in the public and private sectors.

The partnership between Siap+Micros, OSMOS and SANLIEN is a unique combination of differentiated expertise and service portfolios. It will bring to the market a wider and complementary offering of integrated monitoring solutions for the building, infrastructure and industrial sector.

Climate and weather conditions impact our daily lives, our societies, our economies, and our infrastructures. Infrastructures are aging and are very much exposed to extreme climatic events, accelerated by climate change, and are increasingly impacted by the consequences of globalization such as heavy traffic. In this context, high-quality monitoring solutions are key to anticipate necessary maintenance and renovation works of infrastructures and guarantee their durable functioning and safety in the long-term.

OSMOS and SANLIEN monitor already a wide range of infrastructures around the world and have established themselves as major players in providing integrated monitoring solutions. The full acquisition of SIAP+Micros represents a key milestone in the development of OSMOS and SANLIEN as it will provide them with powerful additional solutions and expertise in meteorological, hydrological and environmental monitoring. Furthermore, both companies will enable SIAP+Micros to leverage their already established networks across the globe to expedite its own development at the international level.


OSMOS is a subsidiary of EREN Group, the first group dedicated to the economy of natural resources founded in 2012 by Pâris Mouratoglou and David Corchia. Established in 2006, OSMOS is a recognized specialist in the field of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). It offers a wide range of solutions in monitoring structural assets of the building, infrastructure and industrial sectors.

OSMOS designs and manufactures innovative sensor systems based on a unique optical-fiber technology, the Optical Strand®. This technology allows the monitoring, the detection and the measurement of deformations and potential weaknesses of various types of buildings, infrastructures, and industrial equipment. OSMOS also develops with engineers, mathematicians and data scientists its proprietary algorithms for data analysis and interpretation. OSMOS’ suite of software, SAFE Works®, allow its customers and engineers to visualize, analyze and interpret the deformations of infrastructures. OSMOS latest SAFE Traffic® software development combined with the Optical Strands® sensors provide both structural health monitoring of bridges and overpasses and weigh-in-motion (WIM).

OSMOS structural health monitoring solutions have already been implemented with customers of the public and private sectors in more than 20 countries including: France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands, Spain, Canada, USA, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Turkey, Russia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Korea, Taiwan, and Japan.

About SAN LIEN Technology Corp.

SANLIEN Technology Corp, established in 1967, has been at the forefront of monitoring buildings and infrastructures in Taiwan through engineering instrumentation. SANLIEN provides safety and accurate measurement of civil engineering projects and works.

SANLIEN’S engineering solutions include EEWS (Earthquake Early Warning System), the integration of sensors, industrial automation and graphic equipment as well as pile loading test, geotechnical automatic monitoring systems, structural monitoring, landslide monitoring, weather monitoring systems and other services related to high quality measurements. SANLIEN provides instrumentation and monitoring systems for many important civil construction projects in Taiwan and other countries in Asia such as Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Australia, New Zealand, as well as Mexico and USA.

Transaction Advisors

M&A advisors: Avvalor Corporate Solutions (F. Ricci, N. Diers)
Legal & Financial advisor of SIAP+Micros: Senior&Juniors TP (R.G. Lorenzon)
Legal & Financial advisor of Sellers: Magnocavallo e Associati (M. Bisceglia), and M. Ugo Palumbo
Legal advisors of OSMOS and SANLIEN: Ughi Nunziante (L. Bulan, L. Cascone, A. Vanni)
Financial advisors of OSMOS and SANLIEN: Albion (O. Etienne, M. Monaci) and Ginini (E. d’Angelo, G. Romano)

Press Contacts

Italy: Giovanni Ceccarini, Siap+Micros, + 39 347 3709928, g.ceccarini@siapmicros.com

France: Agnès Catineau, Brunswick Group, +33 (0)1 53 96 83 83, eren@brunswickgroup.com

Taiwan: Grace Chen, SANLIEN, + 88 622 708 1730, grace_chen@sanlien.com



The objective of TRIMING (Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria) is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria.

The purpose of this Contract is the Procurement and Installation of Hydromet Equipment and Provision of Related Services at Sokoto Rima and Hadejia Jama’are River Basins for Hydrometric Improvement under the TRIMING Project.

This project will see a total of 87 stations installed monitoring river flow, reservoir level, groundwater levels, surface and groundwater quality, and meteorological parameters. Four reception centres will present the collected data to the interested parties. During 3 years of operations and maintenance by Siap+Micros, the local operators will become fully capable of operating the system well into the future.

Our company is confident that this project will be the beginning of a long-term and fruitful cooperation with FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES – TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT.