Algae Blooms cause $14 B per year in damages.
Current sensors cannot predict outbreaks.
Harmful Algae Blooms have poisoned city water supplies, devastated fishing, caused real estate values to plummet, and ruined our recreational areas. The first step to tackling this growing problem is an early warning and monitoring systems.
But, current sensors cannot scale to provide meaningful data about a water area.
They are expensive and difficult to deploy. Notably:
Standard sensors require several technical personnel a week to deploy
Weighing several hundred pounds, boats and specialized training are required
Extremely high costs make multiple buoys prohibitive
A fast simple way to monitor and protect your waterways
Animal deaths linked to HABs since 2010
Human deaths from a single water contamination event
AlgaeTracker works in 3 steps:
Drop the lightweight sensor buoy into the water. It immediately starts sending 7 key readings to the cloud every 15 minutes
Our dashboard streams all the data live, displays rich graphs, and sends you customized notifications
Bioanalysis and analytics in the cloud process the data, honing in on predictive models over time.
Low-cost, large-scale data collection
to protect waterways
75 x Lower Entry Cost
The Tracker is priced to be deployable regardless of budget. Using new hardware and software advancements, we’re able to provide the Tracker at a low entry cost. Then you pay as you need the service, with an affordable monthly subscription.
Install In 1 Hour
By combining all the required hardware and software into a single lightweight streamlined unit, the AlgaeTracker can be deployed in in an hour by just about anyone. It weighs only 10 pounds. Just place it in your waterway, and it starts sending data to your web dashboard in 15 minutes.
Large-Scale Data & Actionable Insights
The Trackers collect data every 15 minutes 24 hours a day, notifying you when important events occur. The data is processed in our evolving analytics engine, honing in on more accurate data and prediction over time.