Retrouvez ViewPoint Biosurveillance de l’eau : :  

CGLE Rennes

29 et 30 juin 2022


11 au 15 septembre 2022 

Booth C2-389

Bella Center Copenhagen


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Our commitment to the environment 

Preserving water quality today has become a major issue.
Le traitement et le contrôle des eaux, avant leur consommation pour l’eau potable ou leur rejet dans le milieu naturel pour les eaux usées, sont impératifs pour éviter la dégradation de l’environnement, conserver son aptitude à fournir une eau de qualité et préserver la santé et la biodiversité.
In the same way, the control of the toxicity of sludge from treatment plants, used for agricultural spreading or composting, is essential to preserve the quality of our soil and our food.
ViewPoint, a 30-year specialist in video image processing for medical and environmental research, is developing a new range of solutions dedicated to the detection of harmful substances in water and sludge in order to protect the environment.

ViewPoint asserts yet again its full commitment to the preservation of the environment, using its historic expertise in the design of high-tech technologies to help preserve ecosystems.

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ToxMate, a multi-species water quality biomonitoring station 

ToxMate, developed by ViewPoint in partnership with INRAE, is the only connected multi-species biomonitoring station that assesses the environmental impact of sewage water in real time, online and continuously.

ToxMate is a station made to detect the impact of micropollutants in the water, through living organisms, of urban and industrial treatment plants, or drinking stations,

Tested and proven on site, its ease of use and autonomy makes ToxMate an optimal solution for real-time water quality monitoring.


ToxMate is developed in partnership with INRAE (National Institute for Research in Agronomy, Food and Environment) Lyon, with the support of the AERMC (Rhone, Mediteranean and Corsica Water Agency), the European Union and the Rhône-Alpes Region.


In order to preserve a good quality of soils, the French regulation foresees soon the the implementation of new measures. . These are additional controls on sewage sludge, prior to its recovery by composting or agricultural spreading in particular.
ViewPoint has developed a fast assessment method for earthworms.
From its automated behavioral analysis, GreenSludge provides the ecotoxicity score of the sample within 24 to 48 hours after receipt at the laboratory.

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