How Sea Water Analytics is using IoT to help keep beaches safe in Covid-19 era

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Sea Water Analytics checks water quality, overcrowding, even jelly fish threats in Spanish beaches

As Europe's most popular summer beach destination, Spain is desperate to salvage its seaside tourism for as much of the summer season as possible amid a industry-wide crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Months of inability to adequately monitor coastal pollution, combined with a likely need to apply social distancing when the beaches reopen, have presented an opportunity for Sea Water Analytics to be at the forefront of a managed return to the beach.The startup also aims to play a leading role in much “needed” research into Covid-19 and sea water, CEO and co-founder Javier Colmenarejo said in...
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