Kiawah Island Beach Community Dashboard

Posted by Sam Holston on Mar 18, 2022 1:25:57 PM

How do you use environmental monitoring… at the beach? Just ask Kiawah Island Beach Community Association.

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Topics: Environmental Monitoring Industry

State of Environmental Monitoring 2022

Posted by Sam Holston on Mar 10, 2022 2:15:03 PM

At the end of 2021, we surveyed over 200 environmental monitoring technicians, scientists, engineers, consultants and industry insiders on their views on the environmental monitoring industry

Their answers informed the first inaugural state of the industry report providing a  snapshot of industry direction and understanding of the current landscape. Here are some of the most interesting findings.

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Topics: Environmental Monitoring Industry security update: not affected by the global log4j/log4shell security breach

Posted by Sam Holston on Dec 16, 2021 1:48:58 PM

4 days ago millions of servers were compromised by the Log4shell software flaw.

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Topics: Company news

Meet the turbidity MacGyvers of UQ

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Jul 9, 2019 12:47:00 PM


IoT-based environmental monitoring (EIoT) systems usually bring most value to medium/longer term projects. 

The upfront capital cost of sensors, gateways and system design and install have prevented the use of remote environmental monitoring systems in the past.

Staff at the University of Queensland have deployed a low cost turbidity sensor commonly used in washing machines to accurately measure sediment loads in recent events.

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Topics: IoT water quality system engineering, Remote Water Quality Monitoring, Environmental data mining, Hydrology & Hydrography, Meteorology, EIoT

How remote sensors can support holistic water quality monitoring

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Mar 5, 2019 10:31:35 AM

Water quality monitoring is carried out for a number of reasons.  Businesses with environmental licences are required to monitor discharges to water or in the receiving environments to demonstrate compliance with licence conditions. Government departments and research organisations monitor water to understand how activities in a catchment affect water quality. To inform water quality models, to detect trends in water quality or events.  

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Topics: Water monitoring, remote monitoring system engineering, IoT water quality system engineering, Remote Water Quality Monitoring, Environmental Alerts, Environmental Internet of Things, Acquaculture

Adapt or die - Adoption of Environmental IoT by environmental consultancies

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Feb 26, 2019 11:33:50 AM

Company size and reputation provide a strategic business edge (economies of scale, of marketing costs through proven branding, etc.) And yet, the business world graveyard is crammed with large, respected, oft-beloved companies who failed to innovate. In fact, 88% of the Fortune 500 companies that qualified in 1955 do not anymore, or ceased to exist.

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Topics: IoT News & Insights, Managing 3rd party remote monitoring networks, 3rd party integrators environmental networks, IoT Industry & Partners Ecosystem, Environmental Internet of Things, EIoT

Low-orbit nanosatellites & Environmental "IoT everywhere"

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Feb 18, 2019 6:28:15 PM

3G/4G limits to IoT adoption for Environmental Monitoring

IoT-connected devices are expected to reach the 20 billion mark by 2020. Remote sensor networks can already track an astonishing, growing range of data sets, given sufficient internet infrastructure.

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Topics: IoT everywhere, IoT nano-satellites, Environmental monitoring satellites

Water in the Cloud: Balancing Irrigation vs. Ecosystems water needs

Posted by Ben Starr on Feb 14, 2019 3:31:44 PM

Ben Starr,, Brisbane Qld

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Topics: Water monitoring, Australian Hydrographers Association, Hydrology & Hydrography, EIoT

Dying fish should not be an environmental surprise

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Feb 7, 2019 2:38:38 PM

The sad pictures of over a million native fish carcasses, floating along the Darling River in NSW, recently brought water quality into focus. Local residents found dead Murray Cod over 50 years old, a grim indication of the historical significance of the disaster.

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Topics: Water monitoring, Hydrology & Hydrography, Environmental Alerts, Ecological disasters, Acquaculture, Mass fish kills

How to set up a high-performing cloud-based water monitoring system

Posted by Stephane Malhomme on Feb 5, 2019 11:12:01 AM

What to consider when designing water monitoring systems?

In our previous blog we focused on how IoT is revolutionising contemporary water monitoring. Here we will look at the solutions. The best IoT based water monitoring should allow for these 3 essential capabilities and key criteria:

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Topics: IoT environmental platform, Water monitoring, remote monitoring system engineering

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