New generation of dissolved oxygen sensors for sustainable environmental monitoring and management
Aquatic hypoxia is an imminent global environmental problem.
It requires many sensors for frequent measurement of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) since DO shows large temporal, spatial and vertical variations. It leads to a high cost for long-term continuous monitoring!
Regular (monthly/biweekly) maintenance of electrodes due to the sensor performance affected by biofouling. It further increases the cost!
We build up the "Nerve of the Ocean" by developing a new generation of dissolved oxygen sensors using replaceable photo-sensing film to provide a cost-effective solution for sustainable environmental monitoring and management.
Our team members and professional advisors, with extensive experience in Chemistry and Electrical Engineering, are striving for the development of the new generation of dissolved oxygen sensors as well as the "Nerve of the Ocean".