Unfortunately, existing in-situ monitors for such parameters are far too expensive to make an ROI justification within aquaculture. Our estimates is that such systems would cost roughly $10k per pond. With such a high price, they are primarily built for the waste-water industry.
Today's farmers are stuck using handheld sensors and photometers to take daily handheld readings. This task is onerous, manual, and only gets you one data point a day, not a full overview of daily changes.
With OsmoBot, our goal is to fix this in aquaculture. Our patent-pending optical sensing technology is built to be both affordable and simple to maintain with no calibration ever necessary AND we can deliver continuous ammonia data today and will be able to add nitrate and nitrite in the future.