Water Quality Measurement System

Quality, safe water for fish farm and the seafood logistics industry.

Prevent critical water quality situations with aquaculture solutions

Optimal water quality standards are essential for the welfare of healthy fish stock of fish farms. Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) need to meet stringent environmental legislation and need to ensure the healthy growth, and transportation, of fish and aquatic creatures in the aquaculture industry.

ADASA’s customisable, end-to-end solutions allow key water quality parameters to be continuously monitored; any critical situations – low levels of dissolved oxygen or high levels of nitrates or ammonia - are detected immediately and can be managed efficiently.

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Information provided by our automatic water quality measurement systems represents one easy step beyond manual sampling and analysis and fosters a better understanding of conditions, enabling operators and managers to make informed decisions to improve fish farming operations.

Our highly integrated solutions feed continual measurements from single-unit, integrated sensors to a user-friendly management dashboard. The results can be seen 24/7 in situ or via a cloud-based dashboard, aiding management and maintenance of resources.

Integrated sensors measure:

  • Temperature
  • pH
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • CO2
  • Conductivity
  • Salinity
  • TAN, NH3, NH4+

New sensors may be easily added to this single unit basic configuration.

The dashboard, backed by online support, offers a wealth of insights through data analytics. Monitor critical parameters, trends and values, configure alarms and log maintenance reports and statistics. Our software can connect with existing control systems and integrate via supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).

ADASA provides the fish farm and seafood logistics industry all the right tools to monitor water quality and assure safe aquaculture business.


  • Reliable and continuous data improves fish farm operation and helps avoid critical situations.
  • A dashboard provides warning alarms, online support and maintenance reports and statistics.
  • Maintain welfare and healthy growth of aquatic creatures.
  • End-to-end solutions, from physical installation (hydraulic and electrical circuits, sensors integration) to data analytics.
  • Single unit, integrated sensors.

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