Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitoring News

  • AQMesh Measures Influence of Cruise Ship Emissions on Local Air Quality

    AQMesh has been used in a project at the Port of Kiel, Germany, to measure emissions of nitrous oxides (NOx) and fine particulate matter (PM) around its cruise ship terminal. This year the port attracted 166 visits by 33 different cruise ships, bringing a record breaking 600,000 visitors into the city. Emissions from the cruise ship terminal and its impact on the local air quality has been in ...


    By AQMesh

  • CO2 Gas Sensor tailored to customer needs

    We were recently delighted to help one of our customers in the field of Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAF) who was in need of a bespoke CO2 gas sensor solution. He was seeking a gas sensor with a rapid response, low lag, and low noise output. Following consultation, we were able to develop the New 0-100% ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Geotech Showcases G100 Portable CO2 Analyser at ESHRE

    Geotech, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of gas analysis technology, will be at this year’s European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) 34th annual meeting, taking place in Barcelona from 1-4 July 2018. Also exhibiting will be Geotech distributors  ...

  • Geotech achieves global accreditation on CO2 laboratory monitoring platform

    A world leader in the design and manufacture of gas analysis technology, Geotech has announced that its G100 laboratory analyser has become the first in the industry to receive the international ISO 17025 certification, following ...

  • EMS Continuing Education Course Provides Deeper Understanding of Capnography

    Due to the increased use of capnography in the EMS community over the past decade, having an understanding of this tool has become even more important. Capnography is the measurement of carbon dioxide concentrations in exhaled air and is meant to provide valuable information that can help EMS professionals save lives. TargetSolutions’ “EMS Capnography” training course for ...


    By TargetSolutions

  • Improving clinical pregnancy and implementation success rates for IVF clinics with Geotech

    The accuracy of incubator gases within an IVF laboratory plays a major role in the success of IVF programs in any fertility clinic today.  Therefore, choosing the right equipment is key.  Leading Atlanta, US-based IVF clinic, Reproductive Biology Associates’ (RBA) decision to choose a market-leading solution from Geotech, the G100 portable CO2 ...

  • New frontiers with advanced gas analyzers for medical applications

    ETG-LGR instruments provide fast measurements of isotopic ratios (δ2H, δ17O, δ18O, δ13C) in blood, urine, plasma, saliva and breath. No longer limited by time consuming sample preparation, equilibration, or pre-concentration processes, fast and precise measurements may be obtained by untrained personnel in real time at a fraction of the cost. For example, traditional ...

  • Introducing the LogiCO2 -Scout

    LogiCO2 is proud to announce the wireless, handheld LogiCO2 - Scout. LogiCO2 - Scout is a wireless CO2 sensor that fits easily in the palm of your hand. It´s controlled via Bluetooth and a free smartphone app (both Android and iOS are supported) and helps safety personnel, firefighters and many others to, within seconds, receive information about the level of CO2 in a room, and warns if the ...


    By LogiCO2 International AB

  • Winner of McDonald’s Innovator of the Year Award 2015 at McDonald’s World Wide Convention 2016

    We are so proud to have helped McDonald’s set the CO2 Safety Standard for the whole foodservice industry! We have now delivered 40 000 CO2 sensors to the McDonald System! It is a unique experience and it is only at McDonald’s where it can happen. McDonald’s stands as one, there is a  three-legged stool and it is stronger than ever! We are so proud to be a part of ...


    By LogiCO2 International AB

  • Gas Detection and Monitoring Systems

    In greenhouse applications, the accurate measurement of a number of environmental parameters such as carbon dioxide concentration, temperature, light intensity, water, humidity, pH and nutrient levels using sophisticated sensors is used to create a controlled environment for optimising plant growth rates while minimising energy usage. ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Energy Department Unveils 3D-Printed Building; New Initiatives During Industry Day

    The Energy Department announced several new and exciting innovations and programs during Industry Day held at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee Sept. 23-24. This included unveiling a 3-D printed building with integrated energy storage via bidirectional wireless power transfer to and from a vehicle, revealing the first-round winners of ORNL’s crowdsourcing competition to ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • CO2 removal cannot save the oceans – if we pursue business as usual

    Greenhouse-gas emissions from human activities do not only cause rapid warming of the seas, but also ocean acidification at an unprecedented rate. Artificial carbon dioxide removal (CDR) from the atmosphere has been proposed to reduce both risks to marine life. A new study based on computer calculations now shows that this strategy would not work if applied too late. CDR cannot compensate for ...

  • CO2 removal cannot save the oceans

    Greenhouse-gas emissions from human activities do not only cause rapid warming of the seas, but also ocean acidification at an unprecedented rate. Artificial carbon dioxide removal (CDR) from the atmosphere has been proposed to reduce both risks to marine life. A new study based on computer calculations now shows that this strategy would not work if applied too late. CDR cannot compensate for ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Emission Control - Geoengineering to remove Carbon Dioxide from the Air

    The notion of global warming was first mooted by French scientist and mathematician Joseph Fourier in 1824 and discovered by John Tyndall in 1860, he and later, Svante Arrhenius, pinned down the mechanisms. It is perhaps deceived wisdom that Arrhenius was the first to suggest that Sweden might once again be able to grow tropical fruit, such as bananas with a little geo-engineering, but Alexander ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Analysing CO2 levels to detect stowaways

    In addition to safety and security issues posed by stowaways, drivers are now faced with fines of £2000 for each stowaway carried into the country, as well as potential fines for the vehicle's owner. Companies have an ongoing need for a portable, quick and effective way to detect unwanted travellers inside containers or any other confined space. Geotech's  ...

  • Analysing C02 levels to detect stowaways

    In addition to safety and security issues posed by stowaways, drivers are now faced with fines of £2000 for each stowaway carried into the country, as well as potential fines for the vehicle's owner. Companies have an ongoing need for a portable, quick and effective way to detect unwanted travellers inside containers or any other confined space. Geotech's  ...

  • Analysing C02 levels to detect stowaways

    In addition to safety and security issues posed by stowaways, drivers are now faced with fines of £2000 for each stowaway carried into the country, as well as potential fines for the vehicle's owner. Companies have an ongoing need for a portable, quick and effective way to detect unwanted travellers inside containers or any other confined space. Geotech's ...

  • Gas equipment for Life Science applications

    QCAL introduces CO2Control for incubators and test chambers. These gas dosing units can be adapted to nearly every incubator or test chamber. The user can set a CO2 concentration up to 30% vol. CO2. The CO2Control measures the actual concentration and adds CO2 from a CO2 gas container. The NDIR CO2-sensor has an excellent long-term stability, which provides years of stable CO2 measurement. Also ...


    By QCAL Messtechnik GmbH

  • Council adopts regulation on the 2020 reduction of CO2 emissions from new passenger cars

    The Council today adopted1 a regulation on the 2020 reduction of CO2 emissions from new passenger cars (PE-COS 120/13, 6642/14 ADD 1 REV 1). The new regulation defines the terms and conditions for car manufacturers for reaching the 2020 target for CO2 emissions (95g CO2/km) from new passenger cars. A limited one-year phase-in period requires 95 % of new car sales to comply with the target in 2020 ...


    By EU Council of Ministers

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