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Waterinsight

At Water Insight, our mission is: - To provide water quality information products and services

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Water Insight was founded in 2005 by Steef Peters and Marnix Laanen, to commercialise and operationalise water quality remote sensing products and services. To bridge the gap between satellite monitoring and in situ sampling, Water Insight has developed its own “close sensing” water quality spectrometers (the WISP-3 and the WISPstation). In order to innovate and cooperate we also participate in international research projects (e.g. H2020). Our products and services are sold worldwide.

Monitor ocean quality and productivity; Monitor pollution at sea; Maritime; Assess and monitor water bodies   ; phytoplankton

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