AQMesh performance has developed through a series of co-location comparison trials in which AQMesh pods are installed next to an air quality monitoring reference station, with the comparative data then analysed to produce an R2 value showing the close relationship between the instruments.
AQMesh is the proven small sensor air quality monitoring system for pollutants including NO2 and PM2.5
AQMesh has been independently tested and readings compared to reference by leading air quality professionals
AQMesh provides the key measurements needed to understand local air quality - all from a single, easily-mounted unit
AQMesh is an air quality monitor manufactured in the UK and supported worldwide through a global network of distributors. It has been designed to offer a robust and easy-to-use air quality monitoring system that can deliver localised real-time readings, improving the scope and accuracy of gathering air quality data in order to support initiatives to reduce air pollution and its risk to human health.
11th November 2019
Last month Environmental Defense Fund Europe (EDFE) together with Mayor Sadiq Khan are releasing the second wave of data from Breathe London, an ambitious collaborative project to measure and map air pollution across the capital. In addition to nitrogen dioxide (NO2) measurements from the network’s 100+ stationary AQMesh pods, the interactive map now includes preliminary data from the Google Street…
30th October 2019
Whilst not the only AQMesh pods still in regular use since the product was commercially launched in 2013, two AQMesh pods are still in use in Spain and demonstrate the long life of this small sensor air quality monitoring system. Over the last six years, the two pods have been loaned by AQMesh distributor in Spain, Envirodata, to a number of customers for trials and demonstrations, as well as being…
14th October 2019
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found that long-term exposure to poor air quality can have the same damaging effect as smoking 20 cigarettes a day, with air pollution shown to be more dangerous than passive smoking. Many employees are exposed to poor air quality on a regular basis and employers are often unaware of the risks and what they can do to manage them.…
24th September 2019
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has been monitoring Minnesota’s air quality for a number of years, and it is generally considered to be good. However, MPCA wanted to understand how air pollution varies across small distances in order to minimise vulnerable communities’ exposure to harmful pollutants. Following project funding* in 2017, earlier this year MPCA successfully installed AQMesh…
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