Breathe easier with accurate air quality data on pollutant gases and particulate matter in maritime settings and smart cities.
Air quality is a top environmental priority, and knowing what emissions are present helps drive decisions that improve the health and quality of life of citizens and workers alike. Fortunately, you can access data on pollutant gases and particulate matter easily in both maritime settings and smart cities with Vaisala’s cost-effective AQT420.
This air quality transmitter measures up to four of the most common gaseous pollutants (NO2, SO2, CO, and O3); weather data, including humidity, air pressure, and temperature; and particles in the ambient air (PM2.5 and PM10). Make your port greener and more sustainable, and easily monitor air quality for smart city networks.
The AQT420 offers benefits that include easy integration and open API, cost effectiveness, and trouble-free installation, deployment, and maintenance. Its low weight and compact size make it ideal for use in even very large air quality networks.
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