Airqoon Sensor Unit L

Introduction

Continuous monitoring is an essential step in air pollution management. Airqoon utilizes its sensor unit L, which can precisely detect the concentration of fine liquid and solid particles and hazardous gas pollutants suspended in the air. Particles of less than 2.5 µm (PM2.5) in diameter are dust, smoke, soot, smog, pollen, and liquid particles that can penetrate deep into our lungs and cause short and long-term health hazards.

Airqoon sensor unit L additionally measures ambient environmental conditions such as air temperature, humidity, and pressure. It can be customized to measure hazardous pollutants CO, NO2, SO2, O3, and H2S.

Features

Accurate sensing with Airqoon’s smart calibration process

The main concern while employing a low-cost sensor (LCS) for air pollution monitoring is accuracy. Thanks to Airqoon’s smart calibration process, sensor unit accuracy is increased significantly.


Global Connectivity

Airqoon units provide continuous and seamless monitoring with global connectivity. They can work with WiFi, BLE, 4G, and NB-IoT.


Battle-proof for harsh environments (-30C – +50C)

Airqoon units have experience in diverse and extreme environments, from a research center in Antarctica to a mining facility in Maras, one of the hottest locations in Turkey.


Energy self-sufficient 

With its onboard battery pack and solar panel, Airqoon units can work 24/7/365 without interference. It is also offered an option to be powered by a typical 5V/2A wall adapter.


Ease of maintenance

Units can be easily deployed and become operating in less than 5 minutes. Diagnostic information is collected in the Airqoon cloud for the quality of data and continuity of the service.

Trusted data quality proven with third parties
Accurate sensing with Airqoon’s unique calibration process

The main concern while employing a low-cost sensor (LCS) for air pollution monitoring is its accuracy. Remote calibration is a mandatory process to meet data quality standards defined by the EU and USEPA. Calibrated airqoon data were compared with reference measurements via colocation experiments conducted by independent bodies such as universities, metropolitan municipalities, and the ministry of environment of Türkiye.

Sectors

Mining
Mining

To minimize the effects of one of the leading global problems of humankind – climate change – industries should be reorganized according to the Paris Agreement. For example, the mining industry, which plays a crucial role in de-carbonizin...

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Cement
Cement

The cement industry, one of the primary inputs of concrete, considered the second most consumed substance in the world after water, must carry out its economic development and environmental problems together. The sector has become one of the anthropo...

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Cities
Cities

Air pollution is a global health problem and negatively affects human and environmental health. The most common air pollution causes in cities are domestic heating, vehicle use, and power plants. These sources create greenhouse gases as well as air p...

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Oil&Gas
Oil&Gas

As the global population and welfare increase, long-term energy demand is expected to continue to increase. With the increasing global demand for clean energy and the climate crisis, the pressure to de-carbonize oil and natural gas companies has incr...

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Organized Industrial Zones (OIZ)
Organized Industrial Zones (OIZ)

These days, where the prevention of the effects of climate change gains importance, change, and transformation in this direction in the industrial sector are becoming inevitable. Greenhouse gas emissions in the industrial sector, which have a signifi...

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Schools
Schools

According to studies, children who breathe faster and have a higher metabolic rate than adults have a higher oxygen consumption per kilogram and exposure to air pollutants. There are clear associations between air pollution and several conditions, in...

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Use Cases

Perimeter Monitoring to Assess the Environmental Impact of Industrial Facilities
Perimeter Monitoring to Assess the Environmental Impact of Industrial Facilities

One of the environmental management responsibilities of industrial facilities is to keep environmental pollution under management. It is not correct to evaluate the air quality in the facilities with daily measurements. It should be constructed by mo...

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Public Information and Protection
Public Information and Protection

Air pollution is one of the most severe threats to human health and ecosystems. The adverse effects of air pollution on human and environmental health have been well-documented by the World Health Organization (WHO). Air quality monitoring is therefo...

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Urban Air Pollution Monitoring Networks-Expand Spatial Coverage
Urban Air Pollution Monitoring Networks-Expand Spatial Coverage

Air pollution is one of the biggest threats to people’s health, and it’s a problem that’s only getting worse. Air quality monitoring networks are insufficient, so there is not enough data about where and when air pollution is worse. Thi...

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Heat Island Effect Measurement
Heat Island Effect Measurement

The heat island effect is an increase in the temperature of urban areas compared to surrounding rural areas. Urban heat islands cause many adverse effects such as health problems, increased energy consumed for cooling, air pollution, water shortage, ...

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Assessing the Impact of Investments on Green Tech
Assessing the Impact of Investments on Green Tech

In the cement, mining, and oil&gas industries, it is essential to keep an eye on the impact of investments because it directly affects the air quality of nearby communities. Green transformation makes it essential to know how much energy used in ...

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