Environment

  • Myriota and AIMS Partner in tech trial to track Health of Australia’s Tropical Waters

    The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) has deployed the first marine drifters with Myriota’s satellite connected sensors, to keep a pulse on the health of Australia’s waters by tracking currents, sea surface water temperatures and barometric pressure in real-time. The purpose-built sensors record around 160 bytes of data a day including location, with Myriota… Read more »

  • How the Oil Industry Can Benefit from IoT Technology

    The following is a guest post written by Kelly Potter of Transcendent In 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil tragedy struck and took the nation’s attention for months. Two-hundred million gallons of oil spilt, 16,000 miles is the range it spread across the coastline from Florida to Texas, 8,000 animals were killed, and 11 workers were killed due to… Read more »

  • From Making Mushrooms into IKEA Packaging to Lab-grown Meat

    A startup that makes environmentally-friendly packaging for IKEA is planning a big transition into the realms of lab-grown meat and beyond. Ecovative – which made a name for itself by inking deals with brands like IKEA and Dell to swap styrofoam containers for packaging grown from fungi – now wants to use its mushroom-growing capabilities to become the… Read more »