This device brings the power of EddyPro® software to the field, processing eddy covariance data in real time.
“For the first time, final fluxes can be viewed in real time without further processing,” said
“It also makes this proven method more accessible to users outside the traditional research market. Water management and air quality are important issues in today’s world, and this system makes getting answers easier.”
At the heart of the SMARTFlux System is EddyPro software, the flux processing software used by scientists worldwide and adopted by major international flux networks, including AmeriFlux and ICOS. As LI-COR greenhouse gas analysis software collects raw data, biometeorological (biomet) data, and metadata, EddyPro software seamlessly processes these data to output fully corrected, real-time values.
For more information on the SMARTFlux System, go to www.licor.com/smartflux. Learn more about LI-COR at licor.com and the NewsLine blog; follow updates on Twitter: @LICOR_ENV or on Facebook.
LI-COR Biosciences is a leader in the design and manufacture of instrument systems for environmental and biotechnology research. LI-COR instruments for photosynthesis, greenhouse gas analysis, and light measurement are recognized worldwide for standard-setting innovation in plant science research and environmental monitoring. The company is a pioneer in the development of infrared fluorescence labeling and detection systems for such areas as drug discovery, genomics, and small animal in vivo imaging.
Founded in 1971, the privately held company is based in
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Source: LI-COR Biosciences
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