Sensing the World Around Us
Mano Nanotechnologies began with a big idea using small technology - create a broadly scalable system featuring micro- and nanotechnology-enabled airborne devices to revolutionize weather observing and forecasting.
At the heart of this system called GlobalSense is a large ensemble of airborne devices known as environmental motes or eMotes.
eMote design leverages continuing trends in electronics miniaturization and integration to minimize complexity, cost, size, mass, and power consumption.
August 2014: We are launching a KickStarter campaign to raise money and build a prototype GlobalSense system.
We welcome your support once it goes live.
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We plan to team up with storm chasers in 2015 and launch eMotes into active tornadoes using heavily reinforced vehicles that penetrate the violent winds in the outer regions of the funnels.
If successful, we could make weather history - turning science fiction into reality and probing a tornado for the first time with a large ensemble of miniature airborne weather sensors.
August 2014: GlobalSense paper presented at the World Weather Open Science Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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