In cooperation with the working group "Mathematical Statistics" of the University of Bremen, the project "Temperature Error Estimation (TEEst)" was launched on 15 May. The components of a sediment-cable temperature model are statistically modeled to arrive at an error estimate for the cable temperature under real conditions. The electric utility companies can then dimension their cables resource-conserving but nevertheless safe. The project is supported by funds from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the state of Bremen.
This week, H&H Wührmann (www.wuehrmann.de) installs a 30kW photovoltaic system on the roof of our company building. With this, we aim to produce the bulk of our electric power demand and save not only costs but significant amounts of CO2. We are looking forward to use our own green energy in the future!
Together with our exclusive representative in China, 青岛国科 (QDGK, Qingdao GuoKe) we had a great exhibition in 青岛 (Qingdao, China). We built new business contacts, developed new ideas and brought a lot of positive impressions with us. We would like to thank our partners QDGK, the OI China 2018 exhibition team and the funding of European Regional Development Fund: 谢谢! Laoshanat exhibiton 1at exhibiton 2
We kindly inivite you to visit us at the Oceanology International China, Asia’s largest exhibition for marine technology, in Qingdao (China) from 23rd to 25th October 2018. Visit our booth F13 and learn about our geothermal heat flow services, temperature models and intruments! Link to OI China official website FIELAX’s attendance at the OI is financially supported by the EFRE (European Fund for Regional Development).
Within a feasibility study FIELAX GmbH analysed the soft- and hardware technical implementation of a digital, INtelligent underwater interpretation and communication assistant (INKA) and described all necessary steps for the further development. There are several practical examples of applications which would improve technically as well as economically. This project was supported financially by the federal state of Bremen.