SUBNEA is a beneficiary of the training and advisory programme titled Innovation Manager Academy (V edition), contract number: AMI.02.21_0093/22_EV, organised and co-financed by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.
The Innovation Manager Academy is an original programme of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, tailored to the needs of entrepreneurs open to implementing changes in their companies and managing innovations.
The programme aims to increase the innovative potential of enterprises by improving competencies in the field of innovation management in the company. The AMI Programme is co-financed from the European funds of the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development.
SUBNEA’s participation in AMI is aimed at the possibility of obtaining advice on the implementation of innovations generated within the company’s R&D activities, focusing on the design and production of original, autonomous measurement systems that enable continuous monitoring of physico-chemical water parameters, essential for the existence of living organisms. Remote monitoring is carried out, among other things, using specially constructed OMB LSGF Mark II measuring buoys, which measure three sea water parameters – temperature, dissolved oxygen concentration and turbidity.
The collected data are transmitted via GPRS to a server where they are available in numerical and graphical form. This allows for continuous environmental parameter monitoring and a rapid response in case of their deterioration or exceeding threshold values. Such a solution effectively counteracts/minimizes the negative impact of work on the natural environment. It can also be used for long-term studies of the conditions prevailing in a given body of water.