DiHPS: a Distributed intelligent Heat Pulse Sensor network for the quantification of subsurface heat and water fluxes

What is DiHPS?

The DiHPS project aims to develop a novel, distributed monitoring network that will enable real-time, spatially distributed collection of soil moisture, soil temperature and soil thermal property data.

Schematic representation of the Mill Haff site

DiHPS is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, the British Geological Survey and Silixa Ltd, funded by the Natural Environmental Research Council under its Technology Proof of Concept call, and is supported by an advisory board consisting of experts from research, academia and industry.