WATER ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
CHARACTERIZE CYANOBACTERIA AND ALGAL CONCENTRATIONS FOR DATA-POOR WATERS.
Determine the seasonal and annual status and long-term trends of cyanobacteria and algal concentrations, suspended solids concentrations, and water clarity. Filling information gaps in data poor regions for the design of water treatment works, environmental assessments by water scientists, and academic research.
WATER SPORTS EVENTS
IMPROVE THE SAFETY OF WATER SPORTS EVENTS FROM THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF CYANOBACTERIA.
Comprehensive assessments of the risk of adverse effects on human health from toxin producing cyanobacteria blooms, algal concentrations, and water clarity prior to open water sports events. Enabling events organizers to guarantee and improve the safety of open water sports events.
GET WARNINGS OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS AND POOR WATER CLARITY FROM YOUR DESKTOP IN NEAR REAL TIME.
Near real-time threshold exceedance and event warnings for harmful algal and cyanobacteria blooms for freshwater and marine aquaculture operations to reduce economic losses and improve product quality. Suitable for open water marine, estuarine and inland aquaculture.
WATER UTILITIES AND BULK RAW WATER USERS
MONITOR CYANOBACTERIA AND ALGAE CONCENTRATIONS AT RAW WATER ABSTRACTION POINTS FROM YOUR DESKTOP IN NEAR REAL-TIME.
Monitor abstractions points in near-real time for cyanobacteria and algae, total suspended mass and water clarity, with seasonal forecasts, to assist in supply chain management of chemicals and treatment options and improve operational efficiency. For water treatment plants and bulk water users including power plants, manufactures and mines.
WATER AND HEALTH AUTHORITIES
MONITOR AND RESPOND TO PROBLEM CYANOBACTERIA, ALGAE AND WEEDS IN LAKES AND SEAS FROM YOUR DESKTOP IN NEAR REAL-TIME.
Wide-scale monitoring and mapping service enabling national and regional water and health authorities to monitor problem cyanobacteria blooms, eutrophication and aquatic vegetation in near real-time. Human health risk warnings for bathing and other recreational water uses for the protection of public health.