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The new HYDRO battery-free sensor tag is able to monitor the humidity level of a soil or any other material.
The HYDRO from Farsens S.L., San Sebastián, Spain is a new battery-free RFID tag featuring a humidity sensor. These sensors are compatible with commercial EPC C1G2 compliant readers.Multiple HYDRO tags can be used in a short area and the reader will receive specific ID numbers with the associated humidity level data.
− The projects completed total a combined capacity of 5.41 MWp and will produce equivalent energy to supply the consumption of 13,000 inhabitants
− To date, Martifer Solar sums three photovoltaic plants built for Eurowind Energy A/S in Romania
The inaugural Sub-Saharan Africa Solar Conference 2014 is the only conference to focus on the opportunities that solar energy presents in narrowing sub-Saharan Africa nations’ energy demands gaps and map out the business case for energy intensive industries, such as mining, oil recovery, agriculture, telecommunication, property & public facilities, to turn to solar energy to ensure stability of their energy supply and to cut energy costs.
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