The netH2O is sturdy, simple to use, cheap, with very low maintenance, so that it can be effortlessly inserted in the daily workflow for fisharming or mussels farming installations.
With Dissolved Oxygen module, Salinity Module, Chlorophyll-A module and temperature measurement, it covers all the main requirements of a "4.0" approach to farming at sea. Data is transmitted seamlessly to the operator, who can use it to organize feeding schedules, to monitor oxygenation at the production site or to spot early on freshwater events which might lead to contamination. All this in a compact envelope, made of 100% recyclable plastic.
A water desalination plant can monitor the location of the brine plume, reducing the flow in case of potentially harmful concentrations or going full steam when conditions allow it. This allows for an optimization of the daily operation of the plant which is both environmentally conscious and economically advantageous.
For a power plant, monitoring temperature of the water at different locations allows similarly to limit ecological damage.
An array of buoys out of the mouth of a river, or a canal, can monitor salinity (possibly at various depths) to monitor the saltwater-freshwater boundary as it moves affected by rainfall, wind, currents and waves. This data can be put into AI based modules (which Mathclick SRL can help develop, train and deploy). This information can be vital in tourist sites, or in fishfarming or mussels farming sites, where the saltwater-freshwater boundary is one of the essential factors affecting operations or quality of product.
And if you want to monitor other parameters (say Hydrocarbons, or Phycoerythirn) we have you covered: just ask us and we'll personalize netH2O for your application.
The netH2O are also perfect for periodic inspection of remote sites: the buoy is complete of sensors, storage and communications equipment, so inspection may be performed also by non specialized personnel, who just drops it into the water, waits the required time for data acquisition and transmission, and then retrieves it. This can bring huge savings to agencies or companies tasked with periodic monitoring of remote sites, allowing at the same time much more frequent inspections.