Using the power of IoT to boost aquaculture productivity

Aquaculture fish farm, Lake Victoria

Source: Aqsen Innovations

A new, low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) sensor system could help the aquaculture sector in developing countries by enabling fish farmers to detect, monitor and manage water quality in real time.

Aqsen Innovations has partnered with CENSIS – Scotland’s innovation centre for sensing, imaging and IoT technologies – to advance the development of its sensor system, Aquasense, which can be adapted to test for a range of variables in water, such as temperature, oxygenation, salinity and the presence of chemicals such as chlorine.

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