The results of the 2019 AIRLAB Microsensors Challenge* were revealed in Paris on 21st January and AQMesh was awarded the highest score for accuracy of all products presented for monitoring of outdoor air quality.
Independent studies AQMesh has been used in
|Application of machine learning and statistical modeling to identify sources of air pollutant levels in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
|Environmental Science: Atmospheres, Issue 6
|Air Quality Measurements in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Using Multisensor Mini Monitoring Stations
|Atmosphere 2022, 13 (1), 83
|Hind A. Al-Abadleh
|Air Quality Outside Schools in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: An Investigation into NO2 and PM Concentrations and PM Respiratory Deposition
|Atmosphere 2022, 13 (2), 172
|Assessment of air quality sensor system performance after relocation
|Atmospheric Pollution Research, Volume 12 Issue 2
|Development of an integrated modelling-measurement system for near-real-time estimates of harbour activity impact to air pollution in coastal cities
|Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 73
|A toolbox for understanding and implementing a citizens’ observatory on air monitoring
|Multimedia Tools and Applications for Environmental & Biodiversity
|Outlier detection and gap filling methodologies for low-cost air quality measurements
|Environmental Science: Process and Impacts, issue 4
|Evaluation of air quality at Birmingham New Street station
|Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit
|Node-to-node field calibration of wireless distributed air pollution sensor networks
|Environmental Pollution, Volume 233
|Vertical monitoring of traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) in urban street canyons of Hong Kong
|Science of the Total Environment, Volume 670
|Paulina P.Y Wong
|Can commercial low-cost sensor platforms contribute to air quality monitoring and exposure estimates?
|Environment International, Volume 99
|Localised real-time information on outdoor air quality using low-cost sensor nodes
|Environmental Research, Volume 165
|Assessment of air quality microsensors versus reference methods: The EuNetAir Joint Exercise – Part II
|Atmospheric Environment, Volume 193
|In search of an optimal in-field calibration method of low-cost gas sensors for ambient air pollutants
|Atmospheric Environment, Volume 213
|Dusan B. Topalovic
|Structuring an integrated air quality monitoring network in large urban areas
|Atmospheric Environment: X, Volume 2
|Using statistical methods to carry out in-field calibrations of low cost air quality sensors
|Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 267
|Jose Maria Cordero
|Assessment of air quality microsensors versus reference methods – The EuNetAir Joint Exercise
|Atmospheric Environment, Volume 147
|Using a commercial low cost sensor network (AQMesh) to quantify urban air quality: Comparing measured and modelled (ADMS-Urban) pollutant concentrations
|Air Quality Monitoring: Evolving Issues and New Technologies
|Amperometric Gas Sensors as a Low Cost Emerging Technology Platform for Air Quality Monitoring Applications
|ACS Sensors 2017, 2, (11)
|Collaborative Sensor Rotation Programme: Kincardine – Forth Road Bridge Closure
|IBI Group Report prepared for Transport for Scotland
A new paper published by the American Chemical Society (ACS Sensors) reviews the use of amperometric electrochemical gas sensors for monitoring inorganic gases that affect urban air quality.
The small sensor air quality monitoring world has moved on during the last three years and we have identified several new challenges and benefits relating to the continual development of air quality monitoring technology.
At the IAPSC in May 2017, Professor Rod Jones of the University of Cambridge presented his case study on large scale deployment of sensors, which included showing how AQMesh can be used to discriminate between local sources of pollution and regional sources of pollution.
At the RSC AAMG event on ‘Air Quality Monitoring: Evolving Issues and New Technologies’ Professor Rod Jones of the University of Cambridge presented a paper showing very encouraging results.
Recent co-location comparison trials using the latest AQMesh processing (v4.2.3) have further proven AQMesh performance with impressive R2 values in excess of O.8 and 0.9 for NO2 in Benelux, Slovakia and Spain.