Hello GHL group, let me share my idea about a new system from your side. The system would have three things, a Versia flow pump controller, water quality monitoring sensors and a wireless infrared 360* movable camera, which's to be placed in the aquarium. The Versia pump would work in conjunction with the water quality monitoring sensors meant for detecting ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and phosphate concentrations using Ion Selective Electrode(ISE) and the infrared camera for the thermal imaging of fish/shrimp population. The infrared camera would be designed as such it captures and records the body temperature of solely aquatic inhabitants. The system would be fully operated by a controller powered by an artificial intelligence (AI) microchip, gathering data from the water quality monitoring sensors and the infrared camera placed in the aquarium. The set of ion sensing probes/electrodes would be meant for using in the media chamber of a sump. The controller would act as the link between the whole system and the Profilux 4 to seamlessly integrate with other GHL products. The controller would compare the user set flow rate to the real-time decreased flow rate due to added mechanical and biological media, via the GHL flow sensor and predict the minimum power required for maintaining the set flow. The thermal imaging camera/infrared camera would detect fish/shrimp population, their body temperatures and scan out the potentially undetected death of some fish/shrimp. If the thermal imaging shows that the body temperature of some inhabitant happens to decrease rapidly to some unusual level, the AI controller would recognise it as a possible death.
Based on the data from the camera and the water quality sensors, the AI controller would automatically increase the rotor speed of the Versia pump as necessary, to maintain the perfect flow for a certain population of fish/shrimp in order to avoid unnecessary wastage of power and also for the prevention of ammonia spikes. The water quality monitoring sensors would continuously keep a track of the ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and phosphate levels. The AI controller would set out an alarm to notify on the smartphone about the undetected death and also when the ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and phosphate levels exceed the preset safe values which the pump and bio-media are no longer able to compensate for. The real-time toxin levels in the sump's media holding chamber would thereby indicate the degree of contamination of the mechanical and biological media in it and predict the due time before next cleaning schedule.
Hope you like this idea, thanks in advance . Look forward to receiving a reply from you. Thanks again.
To achieve the real-time concentrations of ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and phosphate levels in a sump, the GHL team can measure the respective values in various sumps powered for different tanks like African cichlids, Reefs, Tropical fishes, Monster predators and otherwise. The team can keep an eye on the levels right from day 1 after cleaning the mechanical and biological media to the date when the pump has an undesirably reduced flow and the media chamber is full of gunk and mulm. The team should also take into account, the exact toxin concentrations at which the inhabitants thrive the best and the concentrations at which the inhabitants show first signs of ill health.
These data would help them calibrate the sensors and train the AI controller to notify about the casualties.

My warm wishes for the GHL team, I really wish this system from your side because GHL has long been synonymous with the global leader in high end systems for aquariums.