Prevent & Monitor

Aquatic Invasive Infestations

cutting-edge biotechnology

Introducing EQO Dx OSPREY

Genetic Sampling Survey System 

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Protect Your Water Resources from Destructive Aquatic Invasive Species

With breakthrough DNA + RNA scientific advances delivering the highest accuracy, predictive results and actionable information. 

EQO Dx OSPREY, engineered by SID, is the first sample collection system enabling early-stage detection and prevention of Aquatic Invasive Species at the source.


* Patent Pending


The spread of AIS with identification for rapid response to avoid costly mitigation and treatment.


Detect genetic signals at the molecule level before it is too late to prevent or control infestation.


After EQO's Initial Risk Assessment, track AIS population to stay ahead of the problem.

Prevent Costly Infestations

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Autonomous sampling equipment enables automated remote
capture of genetic samples - at scale. 

Detect Live vs Dead Organisms

EQO Dx proprietary solution to capture traces of genetic materials, analyze and identify expressed genes of live organisms of interest.  

Easy Set-up & Use Mobile

EQO Osprey comes with an easy installation kit, instructions and shipping labels. Osprey can be easily moved to any site of interest.

Diagnostics Report with Actionable Information

EQO provides clients with a full report and dashboard with actionable information for next steps for prevention, monitoring and detection.

Case Study


Early Stage Infestation Detected

Estimated $2 Million Saved by Avoiding Infestation

Samples analyzed for eRNA associated with a living and active zebra mussel populations showed mild positive signal. These results indicate an early stage infestation. Early response intervention was recommended and executed. This water body is no longer infested and continues to be monitored to keep it that way.


Protect Your Water Resources From Destructive AIS

Detect early-stage infestations via genetic signals at the single molecule level, before it is too late to control the infestation