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Company: SUPERELECTRIC S.r.l.

Website: www.remotesensing.it

Address: Via Tiburtina 603, 00159 Rome, Italy

Contact: Mr. Alessandro Paglialunga (Tel: +39 348 2646077, a.paglialunga(at)superelectric.it)

 

Company Profile:

Superelectric S.r.l. is an Italian private company founded in 1989 and focused in the development of custom measurement instrumentation. SUPERELECTRIC has a legal premise in Tempio Pausania (Sardinia) and laboratories in Rome and Crotone (Calabria).

At present SUPERELECTRIC business is focused in two main directions: Simulation platform for training and Environmental Monitoring Systems and services.

In the Field of Simulation Platforms Superelectric has developed an innovative simulation platform specifically developed for UAV Simulators, airborne mission and instrumentation training.

In the field on Environmental Monitoring activities, Superelectric since 1995 started the development of the POLIFEMO Imaging Spectrometer family platforms, specifically designed in order to be integrated on existing gyrostabilized airborne systems. In 2000 the POLIFEMO Imaging Spectrometer has been completed and environmental activities have been successfully evaluated by Italian Ministry for the Environment and by ESA (European Space Agency). In 2003 ESA decided to produce an high resolution (0,1 m) Multispectral map of the CECINA river using the POLIFEMO imaging spectrometer. In 2004 – 2006 POLIFEMO was adopted as reference instrument in the development of the Strategic National Project – MILO sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Research, addressed to the development of a new environmental monitoring methodology of swamp, rivers, lakes and coastal environments. In 2008 the Italian Nation Competence Center for the prevention of Natural Disaster (IMPRESAMBIENTE Scarl and the Sardinian Competence Center for the prevention of national disaster (www.apras.it) selected the POLIFEMO M12 platform as the reference multispectral platform for their environmental airborne monitoring activities. In 2010 the CNR (Italian National Research Council) selected the POLIFEMO M21 platform as the reference multispectral platform for their environmental airborne monitoring activities. In 2014 SUPERELECTRIC introduces in the market a new portable imaging spectrometer for micro UAV.

All POLIFEMO family Imaging spectrometers can be integrated in UAV platforms (both fixed and rotary wing) for automated monitoring activities.

or its instrument tests, SUPERELECTRIC owns a dedicated aircraft based in Budduso’ (Sardinia);

SUPERELECTRIC collaborates with CNR in the development of SODAR and LIDAR systems, used at present for testing environmental fluid dynamics simulation programs and for local wind speed and pollution measurements.

SUPERELECTRIC is partner of the following consortium and Spinoff, where act as reference competence for sensor and monitoring tasks:

GEMAC Enterprise. Network ( www.gemacnetwork.com ) for aerial mission control QUADRA TV S.c.a r.l. (www.quadratv.com) for multiplatform communication activities and Virtual Reality APRAS S.c.a r.l. ( www.apras.it ) for environmental monitoring activities I4E2 S.r.l. ( www.i4e2.it ) for distributed sensor network

 

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