Jim Ivey’s Field Methods course at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg is notoriously tough. But every semester the class quickly fills with students eager to learn how to operate professional monitoring equipment and design their own monitoring projects.
In-Situ Solutions - Success Stories
“It’s a perfect marriage of helping people out and learning. You’re not only improving your own knowledge, you’re improving the quality of life for other people.” Evan Lutz, environmental engineering student and project lead
After a third arduous journey to the glacier caves of Mt. Rainier, Dr. Lee Florea is thrilled to discover his In-Situ monitoring equipment has survived the elements and collected a treasure trove of data.
Faced with a complex task to monitor a methane leak in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, Aridea Solutions selects In-Situ as its go-to partner to meet a host of challenges and help protect critical beluga whale habitat.
Hired to monitor runoff from intensive greenhouse agriculture in the Netherlands, Platypus uses robotic boats and Aqua TROLL 600s to gather in a matter of days water quality data that otherwise would have taken weeks or months to collect.
Florida-based AECOM Technical Services implements an automated groundwater monitoring network with HydroVu™ to help the City of Miami Beach address sea level rise.
A decision by the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Agency (AMAFCA) to upgrade to In-Situ’s continuous-monitoring solution has led to more effective and efficient management of stormwater discharge.
Unable to regularly access remote monitoring sites, a Midwest engineering firm turns to cloud-based data management with outstanding results.