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Saturday, 14 October 2017 09:51

8th Ferrybox workshop

......... We are going to attend as participant and sponsor at the 8th Ferrybox workshop, organized on 17-19 October 2017 on the M/S Color Fantasy cruise ship, running regularly between Oslo and Kiel, where it is operating the Ferrybox water quality monitoring system managed by Norvegian Insitute for Water Research (NIVA). Due to the fact several Micromac-1000 nutrient analyzers were installed and operated along the last 10 years in Ferrybox systems in Germany, Estonia and Belgium, we are going to present our latest updates related to this specific application by the oral presentation "High frequency automated ammonia analysis for coastal water and FerryBox applications". 
Saturday, 30 September 2017 08:33

Aquatech 2017

........ From 31 October to 3 November 2017 we are going to attend AQUATECH exhibition in Amsterdam in our booth n.404, Hall 2. Aquatech is the world’s leading platform for process, drinking and waste water; we are going to show our Micromac on-line analyzers and the new line of Easychem on-line and TOX analyzers. Easychem TOX Early Warning water analyzer has been chosen by an independent expert Jury and nominated for the Aquatech Innovation Award 2017, in the category "Process Control technology & Process Automation". The nominated products will be displayed during the exhibition in the InnovationLAB area (stand n.551 Hall 7).  The announcement of the Aquatech Innovation Award winners will take place during the official Opening in the Auditorium of RAI Amsterdam (Entrance G) on Monday 30 October 2017 from 15.30 a.m. to 17.30 hrs. For on-line registration saving €75, please click here.   
During the special awards session at the Association for the Science of Limnology & Oceanographic (ASLO) meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Thursday 2 March 2017, SYSTEA was awarded as Winner for Best Overall Performance on both N and P of the Nutrients Sensor Challenge organized by Alliance of Coastal Technologies ! Awards were selected by an indipendent judging panel. The WIZ in-situ probe was evaluated as cost-effective, commercially available solution for measuring both nitrate and phosphate in an integrated package. It uses a wet chemistry approach to measure both nitrogen and phosphorus, and performed well in lab testing and across the three field deployments, including 72 days in Chesapeake Bay. For extesive information about the Nutrient Sensor Challenge and the official awards announcement see here: http://www.act-us.info/nutrients-challenge/Awards.php See also this extended article by University of Maryland, Center for Environmental Science here: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-03/uomc-ns030317.php See here the TV report on TG5 national news, Tuesday 4 April at 13:00: http://www.video.mediaset.it/video/tg5/servizio/una-sonda-speciale_707462.html      
Sunday, 23 October 2016 23:46

Nutrient Sensor Challenge

......In 2016 we participated to the Nutrient Sensor Challenge organized in USA by Alliance of Coastal Technologies (ACT) to field test nitrate and orthophosphate in-situ nutrients sensors in three different applications: river water, estuarine and coastal water monitoring; for additional information, please visit the Web site: http://www.act-us.info/nutrients-challenge/index.php SYSTEA was selected within the short list of the six companies, research Institutes and Universities admitted to the Challenge over the 29 ones who applied for their participation, see here: http://www.act-us.info/nutrients-challenge/Participants.php The WIZ probe showed a reliable performance along six months of intensive field tests monitoring river water, brackish water and coastal water. The Challenge results are going to be announced at ASLO conference in Hawaii on 2 March 2017. Please read the interesing article "Better Tools for Cleaner Water" describing the problem, goals and the planned activities to be performed during the Nutrient Sensor Challengs here: http://www.chesapeakequarterly.net/V15N2/main3/