Instrumentation, metrology, analysis

For a long time focused on pollution detection, the market for environmental instrumentation and metrology has broadened to include other major issues such as climate change, the preservation of natural resources, the protection of biodiversity and health issues. It is no longer just a question of complying with regulatory or normative limit values, but also of helping to anticipate phenomena and prevent their sometimes considerable consequences.
Among the solutions proposed are instruments for measuring quantitative and qualitative parameters relating to air, water and soil (physical, chemical, biological sensors, etc.), control systems and tools for analyzing and processing data after the measurements have been collected. At the same time, satellite measurement technologies enable reliable data to be obtained almost in real time on the terrestrial, marine and atmospheric environment. They are often used in addition to “conventional” solutions.


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In this area too, there are many developments. New equipment is often remotely operable, which facilitates operations and limits travel, integrates trace levels of micropollutants and takes into account the issue of sample contamination. In addition, some analyzers are the subject of an extensive eco-design process: they use less fossil fuel energy, are lighter, have better ene...

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The instrumentation covers all the tools and equipment used for data acquisition: sensors, samplers, etc. As a whole, this equipment has evolved towards greater robustness, greater autonomy and greater connectivity, which allows continuous in situ analysis and limits maintenance operations. In the same way, networking technologies are continuously evolving (e.g. real-time alert...

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Physical sensors measure physical phenomena and their variations (temperature, pressure, humidity, etc.), chemical sensors detect pollutants (heavy metals, NOx, O3, PAH, VOC, SO2, CO...) and biological sensors detect bacteria, viruses and microbes. Some can be coupled like the physicochemical sensors used for water or soil. More recently, the devices have been adapted to measur...

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