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High precision Environmental Data

EOS History

The development of the EOS-1000 weather station started in 2009; after losing 2 commercially available anemometers due to high winds, EOS founder Henk van Heuveln decided to research into what caused these units to fail. The ultimate conclusion was; cheap and underrated materials. After several prototypes, an anemometer was developed out of all high-end materials. It has been designed to withstand the harshest environments. Fortunate to have our factory and test site directly on the Atlantic Ocean, we have a perfect testing ground for our products; winter storms, snow, cold temperatures have made us confident in the durability of our systems. After the development of our anemometer, we continued our development. A great team of hardware and software engineers have expanded the EOS product line into a full line of Environmental observation sensors. We have concentrated our business model on Hardware Quality and Software Security. The EOS product line is “Made in Canada” and ready for the online future…"The Internet of Things"