Thuraya and their Service Partner, Constellation along with Real-Time Solutions provide cost-effective and efficient real-time connectivity in hard-to-reach locations to better monitor and manage air quality, meteorological patterns, and hydro-powered electricity in Nepal.
Securing sustainable development goals in Nepal with real-time remote data
Black carbon is among the most harmful particulate matters in the air – caused by the incomplete burning of substances like fossil fuels. such emissions contribute significantly to respiratory issues, rising temperatures, and erratic patterns in the rain and glacial cycles. An effective way to curb these pollutants is through air quality monitoring and management. In underserved communities or remote areas, tracking emissions is best achieved through effective, flexible systems that rely on satellite connectivity and easily facilitate real-time data transfers to authorities that regulate and legislate on environmental matters. Similarly, mobile satellite communication tools also serve developing economies by optimizing power generation and consumption. An M2M terminal backed by a reliable satellite IP network can provide consistent information on the performance of hydraulic turbines, thereby helping to gauge the efficiency of the power plant and its capacity for electricity output – even in the most inaccessible regions.