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CoMonSENSE Project on TV2

Last modified: 19.06.2020

Associate Professor Sokol Kosta from CMI is working with a research team from DTU to create a low-cost and non-energy-intensive system that communicates data on water quality and water pollution over long distances from sensors located in lakes, fjords and at sea. Automatically the sensors send data to servers on land, which makes it much easier and cheaper to access the measurements as often as needed.

The project is in collaboration with several private companies and is supported by the Danish Innovation Network for Environmental Technologies’ (Inno-MT).

More about the project in Danish on TV2