Aqua SURAKSHA: Measuring Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC) and Aquatic diagnostics through Bio-Sensory Network with a special reference to North-East India
Being an agro-economy-based country, unmonitored and uncontrolled usage of agrochemical residues is becoming a threat to the aquatic ecosystem, affecting human health and the national economy. Thus, environmental diagnostic tools for detecting EDCs in water ecosystems are the need of the hour. As an outcome of the Aqua SURAKSHA project, a prototype Bio-sensing system has been developed to detect Endocrine Disrupting chemicals (EDC), such as Organophosphate pesticides (OPs), in inland open water.
- Fishing Community
- Export & Quality Control agencies
- Government regulatory agencies
- Portable device with a graphical User interface.
- Enzyme-based Colorimetric Bio-Sensing System.
- Instant & Rapid prediction of EDCs such as OPs in the water ecosystem.
- Inbuilt Uniform Illumination Imaging System (UIIS) based advanced colour analysis software.
- Inbuilt battery-based external power independent.
- Fujitsu-fi-65 flatbed scanner
- 5V DC motor, Push button switch
- Motor polarity sensing circuit
- Forward-Reverse switch
- 4V, 2600 mAh battery
- 20000 mAh power bank
Platform Required (if any)
- 9” tab (Intel processer, Windows 10 OS) 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM or higher
Contact Details for Techno Commercial Information
Agri and Environmental Electronics (AEE) Group
Shri Alokesh Ghosh
Ph: +91-33-2357-5989 (Ext: 235)