A comprehensive overview of 10k+ water quality sensors by 300 manufacturers, measuring 75 different water quality parameters helps you to quickly find your way in the water sensor market
Select smart monitoring solutions which support you in going green by streamlining processes, reducing energy and chemicals consumption, and saving costs at the same time
Use our expertise to design clever monitoring strategies which form the basis of sustainable water stewardship and maximise water reuse potential
Browse real-world showcases from around the globe to see how others have successfully implemented sensor technologies, what they have learnt and how it benefits them
The Sensileau Sensor Platform promotes the implementation of online water quality monitoring technologies to improve water quality, reduce the use of chemicals and energy in water treatment, reduce leakage, maximise water reuse potential and recover valuable resources. Process optimisation goes hand-in-hand with cost savings and starts with reliable information on what is going on in your system. With our expertise we aim to contribute to a more sustainable water industry which is ready for a future dominated by climate change challenges and increased water demand.
Join us and find out how, with our expertise and your actions, we can achieve our global ambition to provide sufficient and affordable clean water to everyone, everywhere, now and in the future.
Sensileau is for every company in the water industry: drinking water companies, water management boards, wastewater utilities, industrial water users and government agencies. Sensileau can be a valuable source of knowledge for engineering firms that solve water quality issues, universities / knowledge institutes that develop new sensor concepts and sensor manufacturers who want to gain insight into the market.
The information presented for a large number of water quality parameters includes an introduction, purpose and principles, benefits, best practices, costs and a comprehensive list of suppliers. Additionally, you can find showcases describing user experiences, step-by-step guides and recordings of past webinars on a range of topics related to water monitoring. If you have a question about Sensileau, a parameter or an instrument, we are here to help.
"In ‘the lab of the future’ , research will take place more and more outside the lab. Field measurements and continuous monitoring will mean more sensors. Our cooperation is thus essential to gain insight into water quality."
Managing Director of AQUON Laboratory, NL