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.
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:
Ensuring a sufficient supply of quality water has become one of the biggest challenges facing humanity.
The views expressed are that of the author and are not those of Turbid. The author was previously a director and co-founder of Turbid but is now CEO of eagle.io. Originally published Aug. 2018. Updated Jan. 2019.
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