Topic: Environmental Monitoring
EPFL-based startup Droople has developed a smart flow meter that can measure buildings' water consumption and identify potential energy savings.
National University of Singapore (NUS) researchers have developed a low-cost system that uses a smartphone to detect algae in water.
Located in the earthquake-prone Cascadia subduction zone, Albany, Oregon, is installing a network of sensors to warn of an impending quake.
Optical-based device uses light scattering technology to reliably sense and count airborne particulate matter.
New cost-effective sensors developed at Berkeley Lab can measure and track the concentration of soot in an air sample.
Plug-and-play sensors warn when humidity and temperature threaten artifacts.
Training series presents straight-forward overviews of major environmental regulations.
IoT in several markets is still a promise.
Proprietary advances in micro-fuel cell technology have led to the development of an oxygen purity analyzer that overcomes the design limitations of conventional paramagnetic devices.