EU funded project providing real time air quality monitoring through low cost - low consumption sensors based on nanotechnology with cloud system analysis.
NanoSen-AQM, air quality monitoring, nanosensors, low cost sensors, Interreg, Sudoe, nanotechnology, cloud, real time
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PROJECT

Air quality monitoring is expensive, which makes it difficult to obtain massive, reliable, real-time data. By developing low-cost gas nanosensors to measure air-quality and provide real-time data, the Nanosen-AQM project will contribute to providing massive, distributed and ubiquitous air quality monitoring. For example, the project will allow users to know whether the air quality is good enough before they exercise outdoors, among many other features.

NEWS

  • The 29th and 30th of June 2021 will take place the final event to present the results of the Interreg Sudoe NanoSen-AQM project. For the last three years, the Nano Sen AQM project, funded by the Interreg SUDOE program, has helped deepen the knowledge on...

  • We have already launched the online course on air quality monitoring with low-cost sensors, powered through the Miríada X platform. To register until May 26, click on the following link: Registrations Anyone interested in the MOOC can enroll in it for free by clicking on...

  • The NanoSen-AQM partners Prof. Dr. Catarina Silva and Prof. Dr. Filipe Araujo from the University of Coimbra will be guest editors on the special issue on Real-Time Air quality Monitoring Systems. All interested researchers are invited to submit an article. Keywords: * Air quality and...

  • The journal Atmosphere (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/atmosphere) has launched a call for a Special Issue on Machine Learning Methods for Low-Cost Air Quality Evaluation and Prediction. Beneficiaries, associates and external collaborators of the project NanoSen-AQM are encouraged and invited (link to

  • The journal Atmosphere (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/atmosphere) has launched a call for a Special Issue on PM Sensors for the Measurement of Air Quality. Beneficiaries, associates and external collaborators of the project NanoSen-AQM are encouraged and invited (link to submission invitation) to con

  • Last Friday 16th of October, we participated on the I International Blockchain Forum. Our colleague Sergio Masa (CSIC) shared our experience on the use of Artificial Intelligence to evaluate the smart cities air quality. The whole Forum can be visualized on YouTube.

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