The global project to monitor water pollution

Floating sensor for water pollution analysis

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WellCheck works with two boxes

A floater and an antenna communicating with each other

The floater is placed in any water point (including wells) to send the water measurements to the antenna via radio. It includes an LED lighting in green or red to let locals know if their water is polluted.

What we measure :

- Turbidity (water clarity)
- RedOx (oxygen demand)
- pH level
- Water temperature

Documentation

Powered by the Hacking House, the incubation program by Sigfox

WellCheck partenered with the Sigfox Foundation to have a real impact on the water pollution problem all around the world. Under the Hacking House program, the Sigfox Foundation enables us to make this project turn real.

Online services

Visualize your real-time data with our phone and web app

Plug & play

- Water pollution LED status
- Wells up to 20 meters deep
- Quick installation

0G Network

Relies on the world’s leading service provider for the IoT communications

40%

of the population exposed in Africa

+ 3.4

million deaths in Africa

+ 12

million people exposed in Mexico

All

areas impacted, mostly Africa and India

Target your actions




Quickly monitor all your water points

Our web application provides you with a map of the world plotted with your WellCheck floaters





Get the details of your measures

For each of your floaters, you get the real-time details of the measurements received. You can even generate a periodic report of your water point to comply with the regulation.

We are still in early development. Contact us if you want to discover our early-access platform or buy an experimental floater.

Buy devices


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249€ / device + 10€ / month / device

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The team

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Flavien BERWICK

Project management and electronic design

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Eliot COURTEL

Web application & API

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Clément VEROVE

Mobile application developer

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Jimi ADELEYE

PCB design & development

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Marc PASTOR-ABAD

Embedded software development

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Adrien LE MOINE

Embedded software development

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Benjamin ROUSSELIERE

Embedded software development

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