An array of water sensors to amplify nature’s voice

Adaptive management is the future of water well-being

Imagine being able to adapt to TSS and turbidity events in real-time, instead of finding out after they’ve happened. Phathom sensors are bringing that future to life. Unlike the alternatives, they’ll help you hear directly from nature and enable effective environmental protection. Accurate, reliable, tough, and cost-effective, Phathom sensors can be networked to give you more control than ever before.

Other solutions are costly and inaccurate

Grab sampling involves costs and delays

Grab sampling costs time and money with multiple site visits. Manual sampling provides delayed, point-in-time information. Because no-one can sample at the exact same place and depth each time, it’s inaccurate too.

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Single-beam sensors aren’t always accurate

Single-beam sensors can’t compensate for measurement errors introduced by ageing components and they need constant cleaning. That means they’re not always accurate, so you can’t rely on them. Because they have to run mechanical wipers, they’re power-hungry too.

Phathom's multi-beam sensors provide continuous, accurate measurements you can rely on and self-compensates for common sources of measurement error

Grab sampling

Single-beam

Phathom multi-beam sensors

With Phathom, monitoring an entire network is easy and cost-effective

Phathom’s combination of price and durability makes them incredibly cost-effective. Phathom sensors are low-power so they can be deployed remotely. Because they focus your resources by telling you when you actually have a problem, you can afford to link multiple sensors into a network, giving you unparalleled insight into the health of your water.