air quality monitoring network Applications in Europe

  • Remote Monitoring Stations for Aireas Eindhoven City Air Quality Network

    The Aireas metrology network in and around Eindhoven, the Netherlands has been operational since 2013. The network is consisting of 30 stations, 6 of which are equipped with the stationary NanoMonitor (successor device of the NanoTracer RM). The Network is used to drive public awareness of the impact of environmental parameters. Actual values are available via a life map open to the public, and awareness is further driven by social media activities (eg YouTube). See website (in Dutch): www. aireas.com).

    By Oxility BV based in Best, NETHERLANDS.

  • Air quality monitoring solutions for smart cities sector

    Many urban areas are using a range of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to collect data that can be used to help manage resources efficiently. These ‘smart cities’ are often incorporating environmental sensor technology into their networks to better understand air pollution and its impact on the people living and working in the city. Cities and towns typically have one or two traditional monitoring stations, meaning many neighbourhoods do not have access to regular, localised air quality information...

    By AQMesh based in Stratford-upon-Avon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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