After 38 years of working in the environmental monitoring industry under Microcom Design, Microcom Environmental launches as a fully-fledged division for all things environmental monitoring. For those 38 years, Microcom Design worked rigorously to design and deliver ruggedly reliable environmental monitoring products to end-users around the globe. Now, with a full product-line and newly hired personnel, Microcom Environmental is ready to fully take on the challenges of monitoring a changing environment.
Along with the emergence of Microcom Environmental, we are proud to announce the launch of our newly designed, fully responsive website. The Microcom Environmental team wanted to present clients with an engaging, easy to navigate website that would enhance their overall experience as customers or potential customers. Our new website only tells part of the story, check out our blog posts to see what we have been up to in the field.
With the previous site having been outdated, Microcom Environmental's goal with the new website was to design an updated, polished site that would provide a cleaner, crisper portrayal of our work, products, solutions, and possibilities.
The new Microcom Environmental website now enables clients to:
- Easily access and navigate the website directly from mobile devices, tablets, and desktops.
- View images of Microcom Environmental's quality products and comprehensive solutions throughout the website.
- Get in touch with Microcom Environmental's team via direct contact forms and touch of a button dialing to speak with someone on our inside sales team.
- Keep up with what's going on at Microcom Environmental as well as our industry through the all-new Microcom Environmental blog.
- Ability to read about the benefits of each service and solution provided by Microcom Environmental.
After 38 years of working in the environmental monitoring industry under
Satellite Data Transmitters: GTX-1.0, GTX-2.0, & XPress...
In an effort to make the GPS Week Number Rollover (WNRO) update process as easy as possible...