Protocol and handbook of good practice in sensor network design
UoB will lead the organisation and delivery of ATC1 to provide hands-on training in cutting edge sensor, network design and modelling technologies.
UoB will set up a project network website with interactive WIKI functionality and social media links. The project website will develop active links to initiatives such as the experimental hydrology wiki and MOXXI.
Proof-of-concept report of DTS and iDAS
Feasibility report for new fluorescence based DOM low-cost sensor
Assessment report of trigger parameters for predicting system changes
Report on effects of sensor measurement intervals on statistical water quality analyses
Pilot urban water quality modelling platform for integration of sensor network data
Review of low-cost water quality sensor technology
The Management & Steering Group (MSG), the executive body with overall responsibility for the network. This will be comprised of Director of Innovation, Director of Research, Gender Equality Officer and IP Officer.
Proto-type of real-time online data visualisation platform + social media links with links to Experimental Hydrology WIKI
Guidance report on operational BIG DATA requirements analysis and QA/QC
The circulation of planned ATC schedule to all project stakeholders and the advertisement of external seats in ATC’s and workshops internationally.
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Author(s): Jonas L. Schaper, Malte Posselt, James L. McCallum, Eddie W. Banks, Anja Hoehne, Karin Meinikmann, Margaret A. Shanafield, Okke Batelaan, Joerg Lewandowski
Published in: Environmental Science & Technology, Issue 52/21, 2018, Page(s) 12285-12294, ISSN 0013-936X