Since revision 4 is imminent we thought it’d be a good chance to show the flood sensor prototype’s progression over the past year.The case is now IP67-rated and we’ve moved back to a simpler antenna. Construction time per device has been hugely reduced and we have deployment plans for getting up to a hundred sensors out. None of this would have been possible without Andrew Lindsay (http://thinginnovations.com/) and amazing support from Nominet who have been our biggest supporter.

Since revision 4 is imminent we thought it’d be a good chance to show the flood sensor prototype’s progression over the past year.

The case is now IP67-rated and we’ve moved back to a simpler antenna. Construction time per device has been hugely reduced and we have deployment plans for getting up to a hundred sensors out. 

None of this would have been possible without Andrew Lindsay (http://thinginnovations.com/) and amazing support from Nominet who have been our biggest supporter.

  1. oxfloodnet posted this
Making a citizen-built flood detection network in Oxford, based on river levels, groundwater and local knowledge.

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