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EnviGuard is a response to the growing need for accurate real time monitoring of the seas/ocean and the aquaculture industries need for a reliable and cost-effective risk management tool.

The implementation of the EnviGuard system will allow for early detection of harmful algae blooms (HAB), chemical contaminants, viruses and toxins thus preventing economic losses.

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  • Final Event of the COMMON SENSE Project
    As the COMMON SENSE project comes to a successful conclusion, the results will be presented at a concluding workshop, along with a demonstration of the novel sensors developed and tested during the COMMON SENSE project. All stakeholders are invited to attend on 27 January…
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  • ENVIGUARD MEETING PAMPLONA
    The EnviGuard consortium met from the 8th to the 10th of November in Pamplona (Spain) in the 3rd Consortium Meeting. The meeting was organised by Centro Multidisciplinar de Tecnologías para la Industria, CEMITEC (www.cemitec.com), partner of the EnviGuard Project.
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  • AtlantOS workshop
    On behalf of S. Gruber, Head of Unit at European Commission DG RTD Björn Suckow was invited to represent the EnviGuard project at the AtlantOS workshop on Strategies, methods and new technologies for a sustained and integrated autonomous in-situ observing…
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Our Project

The objective of EnviGuard is to develop a highly specific and precise in-situ measurement device for man-made chemical contaminants and biohazards (i.e. microorganisms and toxins from biological sources) which are currently hard to measure. The device to be developed under the project would be used as an early warning system for the European aquaculture sector and as an environmental monitoring tool to assess the Good Environmental Status (GES) of the sea.button

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logo1This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme
for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 614057
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