News & Events

MAY
27
2019

Introducing the new Nami software

As with the original exploration of the world, the dynamics and oscillations of the oceans led researchers to new discoveries. Today, as our future relies on alternative ...

More information
MAY
26
2019

Spectroradiometer research above the clouds

The continuous measurement of the direct normal, diffuse horizontal, and global horizontal 
components of spectral irradiance (DNI, DHI, GHI) is critical to many environmental science and solar ...

More information
FEB
13
2019

Manual control of Sun Trackers

High-precision control of the STR-32G system orientation.

Not many trackers can accomplish this task. The EKO STR-32G was selected as a platform to install solar irradiance sensors ...

More information
FEB
12
2019

EKO contributes to Antarctic weather observation project

The EKO sun-tracker, model STR-22G, was selected for its reliability and durability by the JMA Antarctic Observation project in 2004. Two sun-trackers are permanently deployed under extreme ...

More information
FEB
10
2019

ISO 9060:2018 - What has changed?

November 2018 the new edition ISO 9060:2018 was published. The nomenclature of classification has changed. Secondary standard, first class, and second class are replaced by class A, ...

More information
FEB
04
2019

EKO sponsors the Solar boat team

EKO signed up to sponsor the Solar boat team from the University of Antwerp with a MS-80. The ISO 9060: class A pyranometer with fast response and spectrally flat offered is the perfect solution for the team to monitor the performance of the Solar boat. 

The Solar boat built by the team from the university is completely self-powered by the pv panels that cover the entire surface of the boat. It has already participated to races since 2015 and the team plans to participate to 2 other races this year. Those will be the Eco Race Challenge and the Solar & Energy Boat Challenge.

Many challenges await the solar boat team in 2019. The team has the goal to upgrade their boat to the next level and ensure that it can go to a speed of 30km per hours. 

We wish the Solar boat team to beat their own record and to excel in the next races!

Please check their newsletter for more information.

 

Close
JUN
17
2020

Intersolar EUROPE

Messe München exhibition center
Munich - Germany
17 - 19 June 2020
More information
JUN
11
2020

ASEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK

BITEC
Bangkok - Thailand
11 - 13 June 2020
More information
APR
07
2020

Solar Asset Management - North America

Oakland Marriott City Center
Oakland, CA - United States
07 - 08 April 2020
More information
FEB
26
2020

PV & Wind Expo 2020

Tokyo Big Sight, South / West Exhibition Building
Tokyo - Japan
26 - 28 February 2020
More information
JAN
29
2020

Nanotech 2020

Tokyo Big Sight, West / South Halls & Conferences Tower
Tokyo - Japan
29 - 31 January 2020
More information
JAN
13
2020

World Future Energy Summit (WFES)

ADNEC
Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
13 - 16 January 2020
More information

Join our newsletter

Get updated about our latest instruments and on-site applications

Subscribe