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EnviGuard is a response to the growing need for accurate real time monitoring of the seas/ocean and the aquaculture industries need for a reliable and cost-effective risk management tool.

The implementation of the EnviGuard system will allow for early detection of harmful algae blooms (HAB), chemical contaminants, viruses and toxins thus preventing economic losses.

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  • EnviGuard Workshop in Madrid
    The 19th of November 2018 it will celebrate the next EnviGuard Workshop in the Spanish city of Madrid. This event will take place at the Technical School of Industrial Engineers of the Polytechnic University (Artigas Room, José Gutiérrez Abascal Street,…
  • Save the date: EnviGuard FINAL CONFERENCE
    Registration at the "EnviGuard International Conference of Sensors for Aquaculture and Environmental Monitoring” is now possible!! Comes the end of our project and the consortium of EnviGuard has turned organizing a major international conference bringing together lessons learned during these five years…
  • Save the date: Photovoltaics Europe 2019
    Photovoltaics Europe 2019 - 23rd & 24th January - Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Our Project

The objective of EnviGuard is to develop a highly specific and precise in-situ measurement device for man-made chemical contaminants and biohazards (i.e. microorganisms and toxins from biological sources) which are currently hard to measure. The device to be developed under the project would be used as an early warning system for the European aquaculture sector and as an environmental monitoring tool to assess the Good Environmental Status (GES) of the sea.button


logo1This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme
for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 614057
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