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Development and application of Novel, Integrated Tools for monitoring and managing Catchments

Project Leader
Allabashi Roza, Project Leader
Duration:
01.06.2016-01.02.2020
Programme:
Horizon 2020 - Societal Challenges - Research & Innovation Action (RIA)
Type of Research
Applied Research
Staff
Langergraber Günter, Project Staff
Pressl Alexander, Project Staff
BOKU Research Units
Institute for Sanitary Engineering and Water Pollution Control
Funded by
Commission of the European Communities, Rue de la Loi, Brussels, European Union
Abstract
The overall objective is to enable a paradigm shift in the approach to monitoring and management of river and lake water quality that is fit for European waters in the period 2020-2050, by developing efficient, user friendly water monitoring strategies and systems that will be able to provide real time data for important conventional and nonconventional parameters. This will introduce a novel, cost effective and feasible approach to manage the pollution pressures that remain as the improvements to the environment progress in the future, moving the water and environment sectors towards SMART Rivers. The specific objectives of the project are related to the marketable
technologies, products and tools that will be developed and demonstrated, validated and marketed.
Keywords
Environmental chemistry ; Environmental engineering;
Publications

Allabashi R., Pressl A., DeVito Francesco E., Stach W., Ziegenbalg F., Rapberger D. (2019): Development and Application of Novel, Integrated Tools for Monitoring and Managing Catchments - Validation of the integrated system.

Finanziert von: EC; Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme Contract No.: 689341 , 57

De Vito-Francesco, E; Pressl, A; Stach, W; Ziegenbalg, F; Rapberger, D; Farinelli, A; Balsells, M; Merkoçi, A; Knutz, T; Haider, A; Langergraber, G; Allabashi, R (2019): Investigative monitoring of surface water quality using autonomous surface vehicles equipped with innovative detection technologies.
[6th Symposium of the International Society for River Science, Vienna, AUSTRIA, SEPT 8 - 13, 2019]

In: International Society for River Science, Book of abstract - Riverine landscapes as coupled socio-ecological systems FullText

Allabashi R., Stach W., Ziegenbalg F., Frethek A., Kivumbi P. (2018): Development and Application of Novel, Integrated Tools for Monitoring and Managing Catchments - Heavy metal sensors and integration.

EC; Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme Contract No.: 689341, 66

Vorträge

De Vito-Francesco E; Stach W; Ziegenbalg F; Farinelli A; Blum J; Balsells M; Alvarez R; Merkoçi A; Knutz T; Haider A; Allabashi R. (2019): Heavy metal detection in surface water using an integrated robotic system.

International Conference, Smarter catchment monitoring, cleaner waters, SEPT 4 - 7, 2019, London, UK

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