Developing climate resilience of farming communities in the drought prone parts of Uzbekistan” project in the Republic of Karakalpakstan

The first automatic weather station of SIAP+MICROS was opened in Nukus, Uzbekistan, on 14th of April as part of UNDP’s collaboration with the Centre of Hydrometeorological Service under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan for “Developing climate resilience of farming communities in the drought prone parts of Uzbekistan” project in the Republic of Karakalpakstan with financial support of the Adaptation Fund.

The project provides the modernization of 10 meteorological stations and 2 hydrological posts in 5 pilot regions of Karakalpakstan focusing on introduction of climate change adaptation measures, increasing the resilience of farming communities and farms. The sensors of each station measure temperature and relative humidity of air, pressure, wind speed and direction, snow depth, solid and liquid precipitation, and allow to measure also soil temperature.

It is an honor for our company to be part of this project. This project has become an important stage in the expansion of the presence of SIAP+MICROS’s meteorological and hydrological stations in the CIS countries.

For more information, visit the following website: https://www.gazeta.uz/ru/2017/04/15/meteo-project/

Siap+Micros innovates in Remote Maintenance & Diagnostics (RM&D) services on third-party systems

Since April 1, 2017 Siap+Micros is in charge of the operational management of the hydrological monitoring network of ARPAV for 60 months. This is a real-time monitoring system with CAE’s architecture organized at 95 monitoring stations, 23 repeaters and 28 central monitors.

For Siap+Micros this contract is a strategic acquisition as part of the maintenance services of monitoring networks for the purpose of civil protection, which allows us to deliver innovative technology in the management of monitoring networks with the tropospheric radio transmission in the UHF band and in service management Remote Maintenance & Diagnostics (RM & D).

An evolutionary step, which places the system of the hydrological monitoring of ARPAV at the top of national performance without limits for interoperability and integration.