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UK local authority uses AQMesh for cost-saving NO2 monitoring network

UK local authority uses AQMesh for cost-saving NO2 monitoring network

A UK local authority installed nine AQMesh systems at different points across a busy town, measuring nitrogen dioxide (NO2) at 15 minute intervals, monitoring 24/7. These locations were established monitoring points, where measurements had been taken previously using diffusion tubes, limited to one average reading every few weeks.
Why we love PAS4023

Why we love PAS4023

PAS4023 - a code of practice for selection, deployment and quality control of low-cost air quality sensor systems in outdoor ambient air - is now freely available to the public to guide users on how to get accurate and valid data from small sensor systems. The standard essentially aims to provide a method for using small sensor systems which ensures any data produced is consistent and comparable to a known standard.
Solar power supplies are not all equal for full-year, consistent AQ monitoring

Solar power supplies are not all equal for full-year, consistent AQ monitoring

Autonomous power can make all the difference in hyper-local air quality monitoring. With particulate matter sampling needing a little more power than passive gas sensors, solar is the go-to power option, rather than internal battery. Most systems require sufficiently little energy that they can be powered by a relatively small solar panel, but it’s the back-up power management that makes all the difference.
A rural air quality saga

A rural air quality saga

We installed an AQMesh pod on a rural road to see the impact of local road closures and increased traffic but we left it in place and have been able to monitor how the air quality changes from autumn to winter. This time covered changing traffic patterns, wood-burning, bonfire night, the Christmas break and then no traffic, with the road closed by floods. So, what did we see?

Proven results

AQMesh is the only small sensor air quality monitoring system that can demonstrate its performance across extensive global co-location comparison trials now spanning more than 10 years. AQMesh pods have been operating out in the field since 2012 next to certified reference equipment, in real applications, in real conditions, across all environments, throughout all seasons, for months rather than weeks or days.

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