Geonica SA

Established in 1974, GEONICA,S.A. is leader in the design and manufacture of ultra-low-power Dataloggers, Remote Automatic Data Acquisition & Transmission Stations and Remote Terminal Units (RTUs). Around our very advanced automatic remote stations Model METEODATA / HYDRODATA-2000C/3000C Series, and Tauro-2000/3000 RTUs Series, GEONICA also offers complete and reliable solutions, Systems and Networks. A complete line of sensors are integrated with our remote units for the measurement of almost any physical, industrial or environmental parameter.

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C/ Alejandro Rodriguez 22 , Madrid , 28039 Spain

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Monitoring and Testing - Environmental Monitoring
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1974

GEONICA also provides engineering & design services, as well as the installation and maintenance of our instrumentation, supported.

  • Meteorology, Agro-Meteorology
  • Hydrology
  • Coastal Oceanics
  • Ports and Harbours
  • Road Traffic Safety
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Scientific Applications
  • Measurement and Industrial Control,
  • Wind and Solar Energy assessment
  • remote monitoring of Photovoltaic Plants

Telemetry and communications between the remote stations and one or more Central Stations (Pocket, Desktop, Laptop PCs , Local Area Networks, etc.) located anywhere, is managed by our Windows based GEONICA SUITE software package, which includes intuitive and easy to use applications for communications with the remote stations and for data reception and storage in a Microsoft Access or SQL database. Remote programming of the field stations and a full graphic and statistical analysis of all parameters, are also standard features.

Telecommunications options for real-time data , alarm and still images transmission via LOS radio-links , Internet (Web Posting), cellular GSM/GPRS/CDMA networks, telephone lines, optical fiber links or satellite , are part of the communications alternatives available.