WILDFIRE MONITORING: TACKLING A FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE
Did you know that there are approximately 7,600 forest fires every year in Canada? All these fires have significant environmental consequences, and fighting them could cost upwards of $1 billion.
Predicting the Shelf Life of Leafy Greens Is Not Science Fiction
Have you ever wished you could see the future? To know what happens to you down the road? That may be science fiction, but what if we told you that you don’t have to be psychic to know how your crops will turn out?
Creating cost-effective dust control strategies
Mining processes and primary and secondary ore processing operations produce dust that remains in ambient air. Depending on the type of ore being extracted or processed, mining dust may contain particulates that are dangerous to human health.
Green innovations for industry
Electronic devices are packed with printed circuits—the electronic equivalent of our nervous system. With the explosive development of the Internet of Things, we’ll soon be living in a world where we interact on a daily basis with over 50 billion connected objects of all kinds.
Measuring air quality to better understand its impact
We’re all exposed to air pollution, and we’re all affected by air quality. There is no threshold below which pollution has no effect on humans, animals, or plants.
How to make industrial water monitoring more efficient
Water plays an essential role in numerous industrial processes. It’s used for oil extraction in the oil sands, for example, as well as in pulp and paper making, metallurgical processes, and chemical plants.
Does your leak detection and repair (LDAR) program suffer from a lack of real-time data?