Keyword: environmental sensor
With air pollution continuing to challenge the quality of life in European cities, researchers at Graz University of Technology are working together with European partners on new ways to measure vehicle emissions.
Optical-based device uses light scattering technology to reliably sense and count airborne particulate matter.
New cost-effective sensors developed at Berkeley Lab can measure and track the concentration of soot in an air sample.
Plug-and-play sensors warn when humidity and temperature threaten artifacts.
First IAQ monitor engineered for globally recognized RESET Air Standard for Commercial Interiors.
How Cities Can Impact Public Health on a Global Scale
Particulate Matter, abbreviated as ‘PM’, is a mixture of airborne solid particles and liquid droplets that can be inhaled and may cause serious health problems.
Smart waste management solution is ready for America’s first narrowband IoT network launched by T-Mobile.
Sensors withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and aggressive chemicals.