Kao Yuan University's Gintel has created water quality monitoring systems that can provide information on 50 parameters of toxicity and recommend remedies.

Gintel Technology, a Taiwan-based water quality monitor technology developer spun out of Kao Yuan University, has obtained more than $30m in commitments from unspecified US and Southeast Asian investors for its latest round, the Fish Site reported today. The deal is expected to be completed later in March 2019. Gintel has devised fixed and portable…

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