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. This lack of information makes it hard for cities to take action to improve their environmental impact.
Instead of installing more measurement stations, a more widespread measurement can be made with new technological systems. Expanding the measurement network by integrating the new system with the existing system ensures an accurate assessment of urban air quality. Air quality mapping provides an essential basis for urban planning. This system also helps to understand which regions are suitable for settlement, in which direction the city should develop, and which areas should improve the air quality.
Airqoon uses low-cost sensors that are easy to install and maintain—so local authorities can keep your costs down while making sure the city is protected from harmful pollutants.