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Envirocon 2019

Last year’s Envirocon was a huge success and was very well received by those attending. This year’s conference will also be dedicated to new technology[...]

5 Reasons to Use Technology to Solve Complex Environmental Problems

Like many other sectors, the environmental industry is moving towards deeper technology adoption. This has the potential to change incumbent business models that have stood[...]

Enviro Influencers Series: An Interview with Dr Brett Wells

In the latest of our Enviro Influencers series, where we talk to key people who we think are key influencers in the environmental industry, we interviewed Brett Wells, asking him[...]

CL:AIRE Technical Bulletin TB16: Complete Continuous Monitoring in Underfloor Voids

The CL:AIRE TB16 is useful guidance written by the teams at EPG ltd and Ambisense Ltd, and provides a robust and practical solution for the[...]

Using Purge and Recovery Techniques in Ground Gas Risk Assessment

Purge and recovery tests involve removing gas from a monitoring well and recording the recovery in gas concentration immediately afterwards. The tests were often used[...]

A Simple Guide to Communication Technologies for Environmental Monitoring

Understanding the major players in the Internet of Things Communications technologies can take time and brainpower. How do they relate to your environmental monitoring? What[...]

New Cl:aire Technical Bulletin TB17: Ground Gas Monitoring and ‘Worst – Case’ Conditions

This Technical Bulletin, CL:AIRE TB17, provides guidance on the critical barometric pressure conditions that influence gas monitoring results and provides a clear framework to allow[...]

Continuous Dissolved Gas Monitoring

At Ambisense our mission is to use technology to solve complex environmental problems. This mission is enabled by the uptick in the development of novel,[...]

Using ternary plots for interpretation of ground gas monitoring results

Ternary plots are commonly used to allow interpretation of ground gas monitoring results.  There are various ways of plotting data in ternary graphs.  This paper[...]

Ambisense Launches MultifluX™

AmbiSense Launches MultifluX™ AmbiSense launched the world’s first online, continuous gas and flow monitoring device GasfluX™ in 2016. Now the instrument of choice for ground[...]

Partnership with BGS

Partnership with British Geological Survey (BGS) At Ambisense, we share the belief that environmental risks are best understood and ultimately quantified by looking across multiple[...]

Envirocon! London 17th May

Like many sectors, the Brownfield industry is subject to huge disruption from new technologies.  However, we understand that staying abreast of these new technologies is[...]

Infographic: 5 Reasons to Use Technology to Solve Complex Environmental Problems

Like many other sectors, the environmental industry is moving towards deeper technology adoption. This has the potential to change incumbent business models that have stood[...]

Free White Paper on Continuous Monitoring For Underfloor Voids

We’ve put together a free guide on how monitoring of underfloor voids to help provide a more robust assessment of the risk posed by ground[...]

Infographic: Why Useless Data Is Worse Than No Data

To characterise a process, data is a necessity. In the absence of data, important parameters of a process are not tracked, their significance cannot be[...]

Lost Without Data

“In God we trust – all others must bring data” is a quote from reputed statistician Edward Deming, regarded as a forefather of modern business[...]

Infographic: Why Measuring Water Levels is Crucial for Understanding Ground Gas Behaviour

Ground gas measurements are influenced by a myriad of factors – the underlying gassing activity, subsurface migration conditions, meteorological and tidal factors, and the status[...]

Enviro Influencers Series: An Interview with Matt Georges

Preface: Technology is disrupting industry value chains and business models the world over. The world's largest taxi company Uber owns no vehicles, Facebook, the world's[...]

3 Mistakes Not to Make When Deploying Environmental Technology

3 Mistakes Not to Make When Deploying Environmental Technology In a world of rapid technological development, the key concepts of device accuracy and precision –[...]

How to create new revenue streams using new technologies?

The so-called ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution is still in its infancy and is emerging in a series of ‘waves of disruption’. The third wave, namely digital[...]

Free White Paper on Why Technology Helps Environmental Consultants Deliver Better Client Outcomes

5 Reasons Why Technology Can Deliver Better Client Outcomes for Environmental Consultants   Like many other sectors, the environmental industry is moving towards deeper technology[...]

Enviro Influencers Series: An Interview with Brian Kahl

In the latest of our Enviro Influencers series, where we talk to key people who we think are key influencers in the environmental industry, we interviewed Brian Kahl, asking him[...]

Enviro Influencers Series: An Interview with Professor Dermot Diamond

Preface: Technology is disrupting industry value chains and business models the world over. The worlds largest taxi company Uber, owns no vehicles, Facebook, the worlds[...]

Why Useless Data Is Worse Than No Data

To characterise a process, data is a necessity. In the absence of data, important parameters of a process are not tracked, their significance cannot be[...]

Why Measuring Water Levels is Crucial for Understanding Ground Gas Behaviour

Ground gas measurements are influenced by a myriad of factors – the underlying gassing activity, subsurface migration conditions, meteorological and tidal factors, and the status[...]

3 Things That Onsite Analysis & The Mars Rover Curiosity Have In Common

What comes to mind when you think of the Mars Rover Curiosity? Do you wonder at the boundless innovation of mankind? Awe at the vastness[...]

Big Data and Continuous Monitoring: The Trade-Offs

With the projected exponential growth in IoT devices (IDC forecast 28.1 billion IoT connected devices globally by 2020) remote monitoring technologies will increasingly become the norm[...]

Autonomous Gas Monitoring for the Landfill Sector – Why Now?

There’s an old adage that says “You can’t manage what you can’t measure”. This mantra is particularly relevant to environmental monitoring, whereby data on conditions[...]

M2M: Getting Smart About Environment Monitoring

There’s a revolution afoot in the environmental monitoring sector, with technological advances meaning we can get smart about environmental monitoring. A revolution in efficiency has been[...]

4 key things that environmental monitoring tech should have

If you’ve been considering using new technologies to do your environmental monitoring then here are 4 key things that the environmental monitoring technology should have:  So[...]

Case Studies

Analytics & Under-Floor Gas Monitoring as a Building is Converted

Our Solutions Continuous monitoring of the gas below the floor slab via a Vapour Pin installed through it Ambilytics:  Data Analytics (used as part of a[...]

Monitoring of Indoor Air Quality for tVOCs with Automated Sampling

Our Services Continuous tVOC monitoring of indoor air quality Automated canister sampler and Wi-Fi telemetry Ambilytics Challenge Ambisense were commissioned to install two Smartsampler units at[...]

Groundwater Level Monitoring to Provide Real-Time Water Level Data

Our Services Continuous Water Level Monitoring Instrumentation and Telemetry. Real-time Water Level Data 24/7 Ambilytics: Data Analytics Challenge Ambisense are currently assisting our client with their[...]

Using Analytics, Geotechnical Data & Continuous Monitoring of Ground Gas

Our Services Continuous Gas Monitoring Geotechnical Data Assessment Ambilytics: Data Analytics Challenge Ambisense was commissioned to monitor and assess the construction of a trial embankment on[...]

Closed landfills: Maximising LFG capture, Minimising Risk

Project Overviews Managing gas from operational and closed landfills is typically a complex undertaking. It involves extended periods spanning many decades and engages multiple stakeholders including[...]

Historic Landfill Divestment

Project Overview The site is a former landfill, filled in the 1970s & 1980s. It is adjacent to an airport and an industrial estate in the[...]

Assessment of Risk (Local Authority Site)

The site was a former sandstone quarry and subsequently a domestic landfill site in the 1980s. Capped in topsoil in 1994, gas was found to be[...]

London Remediation Project

Project Overview This project involved demolition of existing structures on a site in London and remediation for residential development. During the site investigation phase, preliminary basic[...]

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