Data producers willing to share their data are the foundation of the Internet of Water, but first and foremost, that data must serve the needs of the data producer.
Users will notice increased responsiveness, speed, and reliability, along with a new and improved Time Series Visualization.
Over the summer, all the stars lined up to make one perfect program: an EnviroDIY camp for high school students in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Computer program downloading and circuit board wiring were not my forte, so the first thing I did was enlist the help of the most tech-savvy people I know.
DIY is in many cases a misnomer; in reality, we Do-It-Together: bringing people together to develop and share environmental monitoring and measurement systems.
Fishing guides in Michigan are using real-time data from an EnviroDIY monitoring station to remotely make appropriate decisions on where and when to fish.