Announcing the TEROS 32 tensiometer. It is the first tensiometer from METER built on a microprocessor base that integrates with the ZENTRA ZL6 and EM60 data loggers.
METER Group, Inc. USA (METER) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 G.A. Harris Award, the company’s fellowship grant focused on propelling scientific research in the fields of agricultural, environmental and geotechnical science.
Applications are now open for the G.A. Harris Award. METER Group, Inc. USA (METER), is giving six grants to promote scientific research.
Environmental researchers and growers now have full advantage of the cloud. METER Group, Inc. USA today announced the release of its ZL6 cellular data logger.
PARIO, manufactured and designed by METER Group AG, has won this year’s “Red Dot,” an internationally recognized seal of product quality.
METER Group announces the release of its TEROS 12 soil moisture sensor which breaks traditional soil moisture sensing methods in order to obtain the highest possible accuracy.
Each individual will receive $10,000 of METER scientific instrumentation. The graduate student recipients of the Grant A. Harris Fellowship are recognized for making extraordinary contributions to any aspect of agricultural, environmental, or …
METER Group introduces the EM60G data logger, a device that simplifies data collection. It represents the next important step in the METER Group offering…
Measuring particle-size distribution has conventionally been done by hand. PARIO uses a new method called the integral suspension pressure (ISP) method to ease operation and reduce errors. ISP is a method of measuring the change…
Drs. Wolfgang Durner and Andre Peters, professors at TU Braunschweig, are looking for national and international partners who are willing to cooperate and share soil hydrologic data for an upcoming research project.
The Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) celebrates the opening of the first automatic weather station in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The new fundraising campaign aims to accelerate the development of TAHMO activities so that more farmers, students and researchers can start benefiting from local weather information and forecasting. Today many African farmers lack the …
To find out how much to plant and what crop to plant, farmers need to know the weather. In Africa, weather influences how households decide to farm and the amount of household income coming from crop sales. When rains fail or prolong, livelihoods …
At the Alliance Girls’ High School (AGHS) is a visible demonstration of how teachers are using automatic weather stations as part of their course curriculum.
METER Group, Inc. USA and the Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) announce they will work together to build a dense network of 20,000 weather stations in sub-Saharan Africa.
For more than 30 years, we have been developing innovative sensor solutions for scientists all around the world. Now, we are taking innovation even further – to the company itself.