We have put in place key scientific and support staff to ensure the project is fully supported.
ANB’s i-cal reference electrode system is showing excellent performance and stability in a range of environments (varying chloride, anions, cations, buffers etc.).
ANB are working with suppliers to build prototypes integrating the i-cal technology into a conventional pH sensor
Filed two PCT patent applications
Poster abstract accepted for Pittcon 2019, the largest analytical equipment exhibition in the world. This will be highlighted at a flash presentation at the conference (http://pittcon.20l9conference.org)
ANB are optimising the sensor transducer for optimal performance on an AUV.
Results to-date show continuous operation suitable for a 6 hour AUV deployment.
ANB are discussing integration specifications with an AUV supplier.
Patent applications being drafted
Oral abstract accepted for the Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase to be held at the National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton, UK in November 2018 (https://conference.noc.ac.uk/matshowcase)