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Wednesday, October 26 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Water Sample Collection

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Collecting water samples from the deep sea and taking it to an autonomous lab that tests water samples for nitrates, pH levels, microbacteria in the water samplesThe proposed idea is estianaly to make a submarine, controlled from someone above water from a smartphone, equipped with a powerful waterproof (components) vacuum that sucks about a gallon of water by pressing a single button and would bring the gallon of water back up to the person and the person connects the ministeam laboratory (Arduino or Raspberry Pi system or a regular smartphone), the water is first tested for water acidity, then the water is then tested for nitrates levels, then if none of the test results come back true, then one can use the attached microscopic lens to see if there are micro bacteria.

Science would be used to produce a method on how the Raspberry Pi would collect data and interpret it, Biology and Chemistry students would do this. Technology is initially the whole project, and computer science students would code this. Engineering students would wire and form the project physically. Art students would draw up sketches of designs and would work side by side with the engineering students. Art students will help computer science students make app. Math students would find precise size measurements of everything.

This technology should be used to study why animals in specific environments are dying off, and climate change’s effects on the environment. In further development this technology can be used to help the army to detect dangerous elements harmful to soldiers. This would be an inexpensive product that would transmit the information quickly.

Wednesday October 26, 2016 2:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
iSTEAM Command Center One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

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