Aquafarm Tech: Researchers Hack Mussels to Monitor Water Pollution — IoT Tech Trends

A delicate ecosystem exists in oceans, lakes, rivers, and other waterways. IoT sensors have been used for some time to monitor the underwater health of the various lifeforms that live beneath the water’s surface, particularly in the aquafarm industry. Now, researchers have found a way to hack bivalves with sensors to monitor water pollution.

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Cate Lawrence

Cate Lawrence

Tech journo and writer, based in Berlin, Germany.

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