Ensuring access to clean air is not only a privilege but is also recognized as a fundamental human right. According to annual statistics from the World Health Organization, 9 out of 10 individuals lose their lives prematurely due to air pollution. Both outdoor and indoor air pollution present significant health risks, ranking among the leading causes of mortality, following metabolic risks, nutrition-related risks, and smoking.
In the swiftly evolving digital age, the monitoring of air pollution has gained considerable significance. Conventional methods for measuring air quality, involving the collection, processing, and consolidation of data, result in both time and cost inefficiencies. Due to the expense and bulkiness of these instruments, obtaining adequate measurements at required locations and times is often challenging. New-generation air sensors offer a solution by enabling the completion of these processes with minimal paperwork, in the quickest time, and at the most reasonable cost.
Established in 2018, airqoon has expertise in monitoring air quality across diverse environments, from Antarctica to a mining facility in the hot regions of Turkey, such as Maraş. The widespread distribution of airqoon sensors as part of urban infrastructure facilitates the delivery of real-time and accurate information about pollutants.
Equally crucial to measuring air quality is the transformation of the gathered data into valuable insights. The user-friendly interface of the airqoon cloud, coupled with its advanced data analytics and visualization technology, empowers organizations to closely track pollution trends, proactively identify risks, decipher complex data sets, and tailor their services to the highest extent. Consequently, both public and private sectors can mitigate environmental risks, formulate effective strategies, and enhance citizen satisfaction.