P1.9.4 Integrated Solid-state Sensors Monitoring Water Quality for the Next Generation of Wireless Sensor Networks
- 14th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors - IMCS 2012
2012-05-20 - 2012-05-23
- P1.9 Technology and Application
- S. Zhuiykov, E. Kats - CSIRO, Materials Science and Engineering Division (Australia)
- 1163 - 1165
This research has been dedicated to the development of solid-state sensors for on-line-real-time monitoring of water quality parameters such as pH and dissolved oxygen (DO), dissolved organic carbon (DOC) at relatively high spatial resolutions. It has been established that the next generation of wireless sensor networks can be successfully coupled with accurate, inexpensive, robust and miniaturised solid-state sensors based on the concept of thin- or thick-film semiconductor sensing electrodes (SE), which successfully overcomes the challenges associated with bio-fouling.