6th November 2018, in Rimini, Italy, six communities of the Interreg Med programme organized, in the frame of the ECOMONDO expo, the conference “Empowering territories for a Sustainable Mediterranean...

A buoy has been installed in the Una National Park in order to improve water quality monitoring by provision of live, early warning messages in short term monitoring.


Water quality monitoring will be improved by means of state-of-the-art ICT providing live, early warning messages directly from a sensor-equipped buoy or by means of long-term monitoring based on satellite imagery processing.
Short-term monitoring solution (STMS) will provide live water quality monitoring by collecting data (e.g. pH, Ammonium, Blue-green Algae, Phycoerythrin, Chloride etc.) from sensor-equipped buoys in the water, processing data and notifying relevant recipient by push/pull notification via software and GUI for data visualization and configuration/e-mail /SMS etc.
Long-term (LTMS) monitoring solution will include development of methodology and integrated solution for satellite monitoring of environmental indicators via Earth Observation techniques and relevant satellite imagery processing / classification and elaboration on the meta-information presented on the client GUI (graphical user interface).

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