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We have some good news for you: the Fakopp product range has widened with a new member! We've just presented our new impedance tomograph at Myplant&Garden 2018 International Green Expo in Milan, Italy. #myplantgarden #myplant18 #internationalgreenexpo #impedancetomograph #impedancetomography #arborelectro
We've enhanced our pneumatic anemometer tower again, so extending it is getting easier and easier. Watch our newest demonstration: https://youtu.be/cbG0bRwhYkc
ArborSonic 3D, Microsecond Timer, DynaRoot and ArborElectro, the first prototype of our new impedance tomograph on display in Madison, Wisconsin at the 20th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of Wood. #ArborSonic3D, #DynaRoot, #MicrosecondTimer, #ArborElectro
Have you heard about the nature film "This Tree is Big" by writer/director Dávid Attila Molnár from the Filmdzsungel.hu / Filmjungle.eu studio? It is a story about the life of an old oak and it's definitely worth watching. As a bonus, it includes a scene about acoustic tomography: http://teka.filmdzsungel.hu/a_nagy_fafilm/. The language of the narration is Hungarian, but English subtitles are available.
Have you seen our YouTube channel yet? If you haven't, why don't you have a look at it? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1b138nTLk0D9iHVzr_v1Nw
For an introductory video about the DynaRoot dynamic root evaluation system, go to https://youtu.be/u_wf7fYg4WM.
For an introductory video about the pulling test, go to https://youtu.be/7EZu7XvJ9sw. Don't forget to turn on the subtitles!...
We intend to add more videos later, so please consider subscribing to our channel.
The new version of the DynaRoot Evaluation Software is out! New features since the last release include
* Support for the DS-2 Ultrasonic Anemometer
* Ability to save loaded data as project files (.fdr files)
* Improved safety factor calculation
* Visual indicators of data health...
* Support for Hungarian language
* Application remembers last entered values (such as last anemometer device selected)
* Installer associates .fdr extension with the application, so they can be opened by double-clicking
* "About" window added
* Warns the user when either the correlation or the wind pressure is too low.
A direct link to the installer is http://fakopp.com/…/d…/Fakopp%20DynaRoot%201.0.1%20Setup.exe
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For Hungarian speakers: Fakopp is mentioned in a recent article about caring for urban trees in Budapest. Briefly, a representative person from Főkert Zrt., the main arboricultural organization of the city of Budapest says that they don't take any irreversible actions on trees without testing them with our instruments first. For the full article, visit http://dex.hu/x.php…
FŐKERT Nonprofit Zrt., thank you for choosing Fakopp!
Calibrating our anemometers at the ZAMG - Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik in Vienna, Austria. The ZAMG offers a wind tunnel in which a uniform wind speed can be generated at predefined speed levels. This way we can get important information about the characteristic of our instruments. We sell anemometers as part of the DynaRoot dynamic root evaluation system (see http://fakopp.com/product/dynaroot for more information). #zamg, #dynaroot
Fakopp Bt is governed by the achievements of science. Therefore, for us it is of great importance to contribute back to the scientific community whenever we can. Nothing shows this better than the numerous scientific institutions worldwide that are already using our instruments. As a preparation for our upcoming joint research project with the Geophysical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA CSFK GGI), last week we made some test measurements on a concrete pill...ar using modified sensors. Although ArborSonic 3D is originally designed for examining trees, our test proved that it is able to cope with unordinary use cases as well. Pretty cool, isn't it? According to our measurements the pillar turned out be free of fractions. Since it's located in the building of MTA CSFK GGI, it's a soothing news for the researchers working there
Last week we held a presentation about non-invasive testing of urban trees for the audience of the Hungarian Science Club (Tudósklub) in Boston. The talk was videotaped and can be watched online (in Hungarian) at https://youtu.be/qODQ_jemb9Q on the Boston Tudosklub YT channel.