Eyes on NH Roads

The Portsmouth Herald reports that the NH department of transportation has begun deploying sensors to measure atmospheric and road-surface conditions. Scientists at the University of New Hampshire are also using the weather towers to house ozone sensors to detect and measure air pollutants. Data gathered by the sensors allow the state to better plan winter maintenance.

www.sensorsmag.com/0906/SCroads

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