ANB attended the SWIG workshop on Remote Environmental Monitoring at the Freshwater Biological Association River Laboratory on 30 January 2019, kindly sponsored by Xylem Analytics.

It was a very interesting workshop on the drivers coming through from UK environmental monitoring policy, and how sensor and communications technologies are addressing these challenging requirements for permanent, semi-permanent and portable monitoring systems, both in the sensing and communications hardware and data delivery to the client.

There were lots of thought-provoking presentations from organisations implementing policy, monitoring system users and providers, and academic presentations on novel remote monitoring systems.

 

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