TAPAS partner, Water Insight (WI), is currently producing a WISP Station. This device is an autonomous fixed position in-situ optical water quality instrument. WI will deploy four of these stations within the TAPAS project this season. The WISP Station mainly focuses on Chlorophyll-a, total suspended matter, coefficient of downwelling irradiance, cyanobacteria pigment and colored dissolved organic matter in order to analyse water quality. The measurements will be completed with two sets of sensors, facing 45 degrees out of the plane of the sun in both directions to avoid sunglint. Data will be collected every 15 minutes and will be updated to the WISP Cloud system for storage and analysis.