The partners overviewed the completed activities of the project and agreed on the process of the ongoing and future achievements. The Work Package leaders also discussed their new results, planned updates, outcomes of the project and decided on the schedule and the location of the testing for the EnviGuard prototype. The device will detect pathogens, chemicals and microalga in situ and it will be sending accurate data of the measurements to the Webtool/App developed within the project. As the EnviGuard Project is coming to its final stage next year the consortium has agreed to set three workshops that will target the final end-users and the scientific community to demonstrate the development of the announced prototype. The project will be concluded on a Final International Conference focusing on the “In-situ” sensor technologies for monitoring the marine environment for disease prevention and ensuring food safety using advanced biotechnological tools.