The canals that go through one of the hottest cities on the planet are being constantly polluted and at the same time remain the only source of freshwater for the citizens. The problem with the lack of systematic control of water quality has spread all over the world . Even if such measurements do get carried out, the population still has no way of knowing what the analyses results are, since this information is never available via open sources. Exceptions do exist, but even then, there is no guarantee of data authenticity. According to the scientists, robots and drones appear to be the best solution for effective control and management of water composition and contamination levels. This is explained by the fact that the information transmitted directly from the device is usually considered to be reliable since it cannot be changed manually. This, in turn, is where Ethereum blockchain comes into play with its smart-contracts’ infrastructure. By utilizing its benefits, the team of robotics developers from Saint Petersburg and Tolyatti, Russia has developed an open-source platform called “Robonomics Network” that allows deployment of ecology monitoring services using standalone autonomous devices, otherwise known as drones. Their platform allows these drones, that have individual digital signatures and operate under a designated protocol, to independently assess the chemical composition of water via built-in sensors.

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