Air Quality sensors will measure and report on temperature, humidity and pressure and primary air pollutants. Allowing environmental teams to have access to and collate measurements in real-time more easily and frequently than traditional manual processes.
Measuring air quality is a major strategy in the fight against air pollution, IoT makes it easier to gather and monitor data through its Air Quality Sensors. Our AQ sensors will measure against the Air Quality Index (AQI) which is an index for reporting daily air quality. It tells you how clean or polluted your air is, and any associated health effects that you could experience within a few hours of breathing in the polluted air.
IoT AQ sensors will measure and report on temperature, humidity and pressure and primary air pollutants such as particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5), carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone. The AQ sensors allow environmental teams to collate measurements more easily and frequently than traditional manual processes. The readings are available in real-time, with all historical trend data accessible from an online portal. Collating this data through a portal enables integration of different AQ sensors to gather and analyse readings more widely for greater insight and measure.
- Real time monitoring allowing local authorities to track air quality across town and cities
- Shape policy and decision making with readily available data to shape policy and influence decisions.
- Indoor air quality monitoring in office working environments to ensure their staff are comfortable and healthy.