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Worldwide water quality app hits the web

16 June 2015

Former Copernicus Masters competition winner EOMAP has launched the first harmonised, high-resolution inland water quality monitoring service based on satellite data.

The free web application, called eoApp, enables anyone with a web browser to view various water quality parameters in a selection of sites across the globe.

"Harmonised water quality information has never been easier and faster to access or incorporate into the business workflows of water agencies and industries such as dredging, desalination or aquaculture," said Thomas Heege, EOMAP CEO.

"Access and analysis of aggregated global water quality information, whether through the easy-to-use eoApp web application or delivered directly into a user's information environment, enables an improved understanding and management of inland waters, which ultimately are so important to both our environment and society."

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