eg. when deploying, packaging, repair culture (links to repair), swap culture, manufacturing, materials, how it’s made
Remote Soil Monitoring for Conservation, Australia
In Australia, projected increases in the number of hot days and hot spells, decreases in rainfall, and longer, more frequent droughts means forewarning of changing soil conditions will also be key to adapting conservation land management practices.
GPS and Septage Level Monitoring on Trucks, Egypt
We were contacted by The World Bank about a septage truck monitoring project to prevent illegal dumping in the Nile. In almost all of the projects we work on, the technology is the easiest problem to solve. The real challenge is having the policy, oversight, and technological skills and maintenance capacity in place …
Water Monitoring & Workshops, Dharamshala, India
Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas is a small village called McLeod-Ganj. It’s home to a large community of Tibetans-in-Exile as well as the Dalai Lama and part of a larger area known as Dharamshala in India. We were asked to develop a water tank monitoring system and hold capacity-building workshops …
Monitoring Water Levels in Rice Paddy Fields, Philippines
Alternate Wetting Drying is a way to precisely irrigate the rice depending on how much water the plant needs at a particular stage of growth. However for AWD to work, and for farmers to have confidence in the method, the water levels at the root of the plant need to be consistently and precisely monitored …
WILDLABS: Collaboration Spotlight: BoomBox
“… the BoomBox system went on to gather unprecedently thorough data…” Our BoomBox collaboration with Dr. Meredith Palmer was featured as part of WildLabs #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge.
How Do I Get Started with Arduino? with WILDLABS
How Do I Get Started with Arduino? Here’s the online introduction to the Build Your Own Data Logger tutorial series plus Q&A we did as part of Season 1 of Tech Tutors series on WildLabs. This session kicks off the more in-depth course.