We are proud and pleased to announce that today we deliver the first digital pollen information in Switzerland. In cooperation with Ally Science – the largest pollen allergy study in Switzerland, we deliver real-time pollen data for their smartphone application from our Swisens Poleno monitoring stations in Biel and Lucerne. […]
The presentation about the first experiences with the newly developed Swisens Poleno at the Technical Conference on Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation (TECO) organized by the Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observation (CIMO) and the World Meteorological Conference (WMO) is now published and available online. The […]
We are proud to announce the introduction of our brand-new air-flow cytometer for automated pollen analysis, called Swisens Poleno. A summary of its features can be found on the product page. More detailed information is not currently published online, but available on request. Please use our contact form, or drop […]
Swisens AG will be present at the 11th International Congress on Aerobiology in Parma, Italy, on September 3rd – 7th 2018. We will use this opportunity to introduce our brand-new automatic pollen measurement device Poleno. If you attend ICA 2018 as well, please come for a visit to booth N8. […]
The TV report mentioned yesterday is now online and available for download on SRF. Click the image below to start the online viewer: We greatly appreciate the support of our idea by the team of MeteoSwiss and allergologists.
Swisens Poleno now runs for two weeks in Payerne and continuously provides information about particles in the surrounding air. Tonight, there will be a report about our device in the TV broadcast “Puls” on SRF.
Today, the newspaper of central Switzerland published another extended article about the testing phase of our device: Pollen-Radar: Allergiker atmen bald auf – dank Technologie aus Luzern (Luzerner Zeitung, 18. Mai 2018)