Australia develops technology to help manage groundwater effectively

It is a versatile sensor system that allows users to collect data on pH, the risk of reducing groundwater, temperature and conductivity of ...


It is a versatile sensor system that allows users to collect data on pH, the risk of reducing groundwater, temperature and conductivity of groundwater.

The Australian Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) has developed a groundwater sensor system that allows faster, cheaper and more accurate management and monitoring of groundwater.



Sensor system of groundwater management. (Source: CSIRO).

This new technology is called Sensei. It is a versatile sensor system that allows users to collect data on pH, the risk of reducing groundwater, temperature and conductivity of groundwater.

This technology will help replace manual supervision that requires more manpower, as well as help save resources.

This powerful sensor can integrate into groundwater wells and aquifers, continuously transmitting data for months without manual measurement or maintenance.

CSIRO scientists state that Sensei is designed to withstand harsh environments and has been successfully tested at the Four Mile West mine in South Australia, while still running smoothly after 12 months.

Lead researcher, Dr. Kathie McGregor confirmed that this new system provides a revolutionary solution for the current groundwater monitoring.

According to him, Sensei is an automated system that can provide groundwater data in a timely manner, saving time and labor costs compared to current traditional approaches.

With timely analysis, Sensei can provide early warning for companies to minimize environmental problems arising during groundwater management.

Because data can be accessed on the spot or sent back in the cloud, users can quickly detect anomalies and respond as quickly as possible.

CSIRO claims that although Sensei was designed and tested to monitor groundwater, it could be used for physical and chemical monitoring in other harsh environmental conditions.

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