The UN IPCC (United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change)’s report on climate change of 2021 draws the conclusions that natural systems around the world are being affected by regional climate changes, particularly temperature increases, and that these temperature increases are very likely to be the result of anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases.
EIDEL is a supporter of the green shift and transition towards renewable energy and a more sustainable industry with low carbon emissions and less toxic waste. EIDEL has since its early days been working with academia in environmental research. We have developed sensors and control systems used with weather balloons and sounding rockets to monitor the atmosphere and electronic systems for measuring snow depth on glaciers in the Norwegian mountain range. By using our extensive knowledge in scientific research and technology, we always look for new ways to support the push towards a more sustainable tomorrow.
Space technology, like satellites play a crucial role into monitoring environmental changes on Earth. Monitoring weather patterns, aerolosoles, ozone layer and ocean nutrients, are all dependent on space technology. Satellites can also be used to directly monitor human activity to get a better understanding of the causes and effects. Satellites are alredy being used for tracking ship traffic and could be used for monitoring offshore wind farm installations and to delivering secure communication between automated systems.
EIDEL is member of the Norwegian Offshore Wind Cluster and partner in the new research centre FME “Northwind” led by SINTEF. EIDEL is looking for partners in this area to help energy and industry transition to a more environmentally friendly future.
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