Water Network Sensors for Widespread Use (WIDESENS)
Water Network Sensors for Widespread Use
Start date: Sep 1, 2013,
End date: Feb 29, 2016
Widesens aims to design and develop a prototype analytical drinking water probe and its complementary applications for in-pipe water quality measurement with ideal specifications for a wide deployment. These sensors will be based on microelectronic technologies (ISFET, IDEs and microelectrodes). As a first approach they will measure pH, conductivity, bio-fouling, oxidative reduction potential (ORP) and chlorine. Also special mechanics and electronics will be fabricated to achieve self-calibration and maintenance procedures, long lifetimes and remote monitoring. Finally, leak-detection will also be enabled through pressure sensors.
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