Physical metrics in nature measured with precision, accuracy, and minimal environmental impact.
Environmental sensors, such as pH, soil moisture, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, particulate matter, CO2, VOC and temperature, can play a crucial role in natural conservation efforts. By remotely monitoring these various factors, it is possible to gain a deeper understanding of the health and wellbeing of natural habitats. This information can be used to identify potential issues and implement solutions that can help to protect and preserve these important areas. Remote monitoring solutions that incorporate these environmental sensors can be an effective tool for natural conservation, allowing us to better understand and protect the environment around us.