In the project TAPAS we will develop tools for assessment and planning of aquaculture sustainability

Lakes regularly suffer from cyanobacteria blooms. Some species are toxic and therefore swimming waters are closed for the remainder of the season when blooms occur. In this project an efficient monitoring system will be set up, so waters only need to be closed when the blooms occur.

EO data on the go: Leveraging Earth observation data into an app providing user-relevant and timely information for the aquaculture industry

Measuring water quality has never been this easy: We are demonstrating the use of iQwtr, an innovative low-cost and simple-to-operate field analyser for surface water quality, in the Mekong river catchment in Vietnam.

Our consortium will go hunting for freshwater hotspots! Space sensors will be used for tracking these in the sea at coastal zones where freshwater is scarce - and for early warning systems for aquaculture.

The GLaSS project develops innovative tools and methods to prepare for using the upcoming Sentinel­-2 and Sentinel­-3 satellites to monitor lakes and reservoirs.

Rain generates runoff and changes the water quality. Vice versa, water quality is important when water is used for irrigation. We monitor the water balance and water quality by high resolution satellites. A special part of this project is to introduce the flying WISP for validation!

Integration of water quality measured in the field and from satellites for the Danube Delta and the Black Sea coastal areas

A WISP radiometer and a camera in one: the WICAM will provide colour validated images.

To exchange knowledge personnel of a group of European universities and private companies switches places for a while.

In this EU project we integrate satellite products and ecological models into a user-relevant service

Together with users from the shellfish industry, Water Insight develops a algae bloom tracking service for the Wadden Sea.

We provide the World Bank with water quality data of Lake Malawi.

Within Aquamar Water Insight works on the detection of algae blooms in the North Sea, especially the species Phaeocystis

Within FRESHMON, Earth observation-based water quality services are developed to support national and European authorities responsible for inland water quality in rivers and lakes.