Predicting future changes in water quality

by Maxon Motor

How maxon helped Dublin City University engineer new technology for monitoring aquatic environments

As the impact of climate change and land use continue to harm aquatic environments, it is becoming increasingly important to measure and monitor changes in water quality. When Dublin City University (DCU) Water Institute was developing its new mobile lab technology to help predict future changes in water quality, it turned to precision drive and motor specialist, maxon for help.

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