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Sistema de monitorización de alta frecuencia para gestión integral de agua

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOGR20151217002
Publicado:
15/01/2016
Caducidad:
15/01/2017
Resumen:
Una universidad técnica griega ha desarrollado un nuevo sistema integrado de recogida y procesamiento in situ de datos con capacidad de muestreo adaptativo/de alta frecuencia para monitorización de ríos. El sistema se basa en sensores de alta calidad de nueva generación (sensores ópticos no intrusivos) conectados mediante una red inalámbrica que permiten procesar datos in situ y modelar la monitorización de ríos. La universidad busca ayuntamientos y autoridades regionales en Europa (en lugares que tengan ríos) con el fin de establecer acuerdos de cooperación técnica.

Details

Tittle:
An high frequency monitoring system for integrated water management
Summary:
A Greek Technical University has developed an innovative, integrated data collection and in situ processing system with adaptive/high frequency sampling capabilities for river monitoring. The system is based on a system of high quality sensors connected through a wireless network allowing in situ data processing and modeling of integrated river monitoring. Technical cooperation agreement with European municipalities and regional authorities (where rivers exists in their territories) are sought.
Description:
The hydrological and geochemical processes that take place in the Mediterranean region occur at varying special and temporal scales. Temporary river hydrographs are flashy and exhibit characteristic response times ranging from a few minutes to hours during storm and flash events. When high rainfall intensities fall upon crusted soils after long periods of time without precipitation, first flash flood occur which transfer large amounts of sediments and pollutants. The transfer of these materials are short, it takes place under adverse weather conditions and doesn´t allow the measurement ,control and mitigation of such phenomena.

The Greek Technical University has developed an innovative, integrated data collection and in situ processing system with adaptive/high frequency sampling capabilities for integrated river monitoring.

The system is based on three sub sections:
a) The system of sensors which include optical (non intrusive) sensors for quality analysis, chemical and sediment content as well as river flow velocity. The velocity is measured by a camera and the sediment flow by an innovative sediment trap. The sensors are connected through a wireless network, and of video processing subsystem (camera).
b) In-situ data processing software: The system is able to process data in situ maintaining high levels of energy autonomy and efficiency.
c) Modeling: Using high accuracy models along with the field measurements, the system is able to predict and visualize the flow of sediments in rivers.

Technical cooperation agreement with European municipalities and regional authorities are sought in order to test and apply the system.
Advantages and Innovations:
The innovative aspect of the system is the design of integrated autonomous mechanism (adaptive/high frequency based) which incorporates innovative new generation sensors (optical- non intrusive sensors) for monitoring hydrological parameters along with the capability of in-situ processing of collected data and therefore allowing real time monitoring of rivers. The deployment of optical sensors allows for accurate estimation of river flow velocity and moreover the calculation of river discharge and the concentration of suspended solids that is not possible with the current methods.
Stage of Development:
Field tested/evaluated
IPs:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The Greek Technical University is looking for technical cooperation agreements with European municipalities and regional authorities (where rivers exist in their territories) in order to test and apply the system.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English
Greek

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
10004008 Gestión de rescursos hídricos
10004010 Hidrología
10002008 Medición y detección de la contaminación
09001009 Tecnología de sensores relacionada con la realización de medidas