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The ASEAN monitoring network

Part 2: Cambodia

Our last newsletter presented the fantastic ASEAN project, which – funded by the European Union and implemented by Scienta Envinet – is significantly optimizing how environmental radiation is monitored in several countries. The second part now looks at Thailand's neighbor to the east:



There is no need to ask the AI chatbot ChatGPT about the country's main features; after all, it's a matter of common knowledge that Cambodia can look back on an outstanding cultural history that goes well beyond the famous tourist attraction of Angkor Wat. Apsara dances, shadow puppet theaters and, last but not least, numerous external influences have created an incomparable setting, just like the diverse sites of natural beauty in the Cardamom Mountains, Tonlé Sap Lake and the unspoiled beaches lining the south coast. We also know that ChatGPT has no information about the monitoring network.

We are more than happy to be of assistance. The country's first radiological environmental measuring network comprises four MIRA stations. Powered by solar panels, all four are autonomous and communicate with the monitoring center via LTE. To this end, they use national roaming, included in Scienta Envinet's RADMON service, which means they automatically switch to another provider if one becomes unavailable. Naturally with fallback from 4G to 3G and 2G, at no additional cost. If desired, it can be combined with private APN and priority data transfer for government agencies. All with state-of-the-art encryption, of course. This ensures that the monitoring center is up to date at all times, even under difficult conditions, where all relevant data is displayed in the NMC. Congratulations to the Ministry of Mines and Energy on its new measuring network and every success for its continued operation!

There's much more to ASEAN

Some of our regular readers have pointed out that ASEAN also includes other countries not specified in our last newsletter, for example Brunei, Indonesia and Singapore. They are right, of course! All three countries are involved in the active data exchange with the newly created ASEAN RDEP platform, based on the NMC.

What is that? We will reveal more details in our next newsletter. Alternately, simply call our Sales force directly, who will be able to provide all necessary information straight away. Incidentally, our experts are also well versed in RADMON and will be happy to advise you on all aspects of communication. LTE is just one option. Contact our team of specialists today at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Or just pick up the phone and dial +49 89 456657-0. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Your Scienta Envinet Team