The Environment Agency has awarded a 4-year contract to Meteor Communications for the provision of telemetry systems, services and MeteorCloud data hosting for water quality monitoring systems located in English rivers and bathing waters.
NASA has obtained a host satellite provider and ride into space for an instrument that will considerably improve the understanding of air quality over North America.
The U.S. recently celebrated the Fourth of July with dazzling fireworks displays in many cities. After the “oohs” and “ahhs” faded, some people might have wondered how the lingering gunpowder-scented smoke affected air quality.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), air pollution accounts for 550,000 premature deaths every year in Europe and seven million across the world.
The secrets of climate change and the formation of giant lava flows on Mars may soon be revealed to a British professor and his research team, as they investigate the lava flows from Mount Etna.
STMicroelectronics, an international semiconductor leader catering to customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is introducing SensorTile.box to assist everyone from young people to skilled designers to enjoy the power of IoT and quickly comprehend how they can easily gather and transmit sensor information to the cloud.
Once again, Sensirion trailblazes innovation in environmental sensing to create healthier and more productive environments for people.
A British manufacturer of wireless environmental monitoring solutions will be showcasing its products at this year’s American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Annual Conference in New England on May 13-17, the largest event in North America for conservation professionals.
In an attempt to improve Soldier lethality, Army scientists are designing biorecognition receptors that can offer stable performance in multi-domain settings with the ability to gather real-time assessments of Soldier health and performance.
Seawater contains trace heavy metals that are toxic pollutants both to the ecological environment and to human health. The toxicity of heavy metals is not associated with their total concentration, but rather to their prevalent forms in seawater environment.