The Victorian Environment Protection Authority has pledged $5.5 million for a new system to electronically track industrial waste.
A pocket-size food scanner will allow future consumers and supermarket operators to test food freshness.
FLIR Systems has announced the FLIR GF77 Gas Find IR, a thermal camera for detecting methane. The handheld camera offers inspection professionals the features they need to find potentially dangerous, invisible methane leaks.
The ST51A Biogas Flow Meter, from Fluid Components International (FCI), is designed specifically for dirty, potentially hazardous biogas processes.
How to use a Membrane Patch Colorimetry field test kit.
The GA5000 is an easy to use and calibrate portable gas analyser, built for the landfill gas market, which helps to standardise monitoring routines.
The portable galvanic electrochemical oxygen analyser range from Advanced Instruments Inc (AII) now has ATEX approval for use in atmospheres containing acetylene and/or hydrogen.
Bestech Australia introduces the wireless sensor network from BeanAir, suitable for monitoring emissions and air quality in tunnels.
For many years, AVIA Osterwalder St. Gallen AG has deployed the EasyOil@ system to offer their customers a practical method for remote monitoring of filling levels in oil and gasoline tanks.
The Series 629C wet/wet differential pressure transmitter monitors differential pressure of air and compatible gases and liquids with 0.5% accuracy.
Partnering with Telstra on a trial project, the City of Joondalup set specific goals aimed at transforming Tom Simpson Park, Mullaloo, into a smart park by embracing the IoT.
The IECEx Geotech BIOGAS 3000 fixed analyser, built on robust gas analysis technology, is suitable for anaerobic digestion (AD) and landfill sites monitoring.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is introducing a lone worker product range from Blackline Safety.
The HPM series particle sensor is designed to work in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and consumer products such air purifiers, to measure air quality in homes, buildings and public spaces.
The EPA Victoria and CitiPower are collaborating on a trial to convert Melbourne's streetlights into air monitoring stations, having recently attached air quality sensors to two light poles at each end of the Queens Bridge.