Networks of compact air quality sensors that bridge the gaps between sparse monitoring stations for a more complete picture of air quality.
WORLD POPULATION LIVING BELOW ACCEPTABLE AIR QUALITY
GLOBAL ECONOMIC LOSSES DUE TO AIR POLLUTION
MONTHS OF REDUCED LIFE EXPECTANCY BY FINE PARTICULATE MATTER IN EU
Currently available reference-grade air quality monitoring stations provide accurate data, but the networks are sparse. Vaisala’s dense network technology makes it possible to complement the existing measurements with compact air quality sensors.
Easy to install on lamp poles, streetlights, or other city infrastructure, these sensors make it economically feasible to construct dense supplementary air quality networks of sensors in a smart city.
By combining the dense air quality measurement data with modern modeling tools, public authorities and the private sector can access high-resolution air quality data for forecasting, benefiting cities and ultimately public health. Specifically, significant gains are made in the following areas:
Ask us about the big picture. Learn how Vaisala provides better air quality measurement in order to facilitate smart decisions around better health, traffic, and infrastructure.
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