Brewer Science’s vision is to design, build, and deploy connected gas and water sensors that monitor environmental contaminants on a large scale. For the last 10 years, Brewer Science has developed the technology to print cost-effective sensors that can measure contaminants in water, such as heavy metals (lead, cadmium), nitrate, and arsenic, as well as sensors that assess air quality by measuring gases like carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and oxygen. Producing low-cost sensors with low-power electronics and wireless communication will enable the deployment of sensors over vast areas for real-time monitoring of environmental conditions.
Adam Scotch presents Mass-Deployable Printed Electronics for Air and Water Quality Measurements at TechBlick, October 12 – 13 in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Recording of Adam’s Presentation:
Sensors, Printed Electronics, Water Sensors, Printed Sensors