Projects filtered by:Built Environment

Sensing the City: A low-cost mobile air quality sensor network

The University of Strathclyde Institute for Future Cities and CENSIS are together rolling out an innovative project entitled ‘Sensing the City’. The project has developed a low cost mobile Air Quality sensor system that complements static sensing, with the ability to utilise transport systems as a dynamic sensing network. Read more...


Sensing environmental risk

Topolytics and the University of St Andrews are exploring the potential of real-time views of gaseous emissions. Read more...


Low cost self-learning wireless gas sensors for building, healthcare and oil and gas applications

Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) Ltd. worked with Glasgow Caledonian University to investigate intelligent sensor systems for the built environment, telehealthcare, and the oil and gas industries. Read more...


LoRa™ network extends to Inverness

CENSIS, Stream Technologies and SPICA Technologies have installed 50 LoRa™ connected sensors as part of An Lòchran,
a new £13-million business hub shared
by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the University of the Highlands and Islands, and Scotland’s Rural University College. Read more...


Decision support for the management of water and wastewater assets

Working with the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Water is investigating a more proactive approach to asset management, using sensor derived data to optimise the performance of equipment in the field. Read more...


Application of Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) in the water environment

AECOM, along with the UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) are investigating hyperspectral imaging (HI) in the field of shallow and narrow waterways and exploring the next generation of compact and portable HSI imagers. Read more...


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