RADTech, CarlC and MTUH recently completed an upgrade and relocation of SLU's 50-meter-high radar tower to Svartberget in Västerbotten/Sweden . This facility is for studying critical asset of forest water dynamics, focusing on the development of methods for global-scale measurements using satellite radars. Notably, the tower is situated in proximity to an eddy-covariance flux tower that's part of the ICOS network. The tomographic multifrequency radar and its associated remote controled IP systems were meticulously designed and developed by the GEO division of SLU and Chalmers University. 
We are highly excited about the trust by SLU (sub division of University of Gotheburg) in our service and product quality of advanced scientific study towers, fully adhere to the Eurocode with its national annex. 
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