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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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.


  • 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.

  • As we were already informing you on our media, the 8th and 9th of October took place in Arenas de San Pedro (Ávila) the First European Congress on rural air quality , organized by Diputación de Ávila with the support of the NanoSen-AQM Interreg Sudoe...

  • At the end of September, we attended as speakers the last edition of the SEIA 2020 Conference. Our colleagues Sergio Masa (CSIC) and Jesús Lozano (UNEX) presented several results from our project NanoSen-AQM. Sergio presented the nanosensors developed by CSIC. Jesús on the other side,...

  • In November will start the measurement and awareness raising campaigns in threes municipalities of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, Sant Cugat del Vallès, l’Hospitalet de Llobregat and Sant Adrià del Besós. The measurements will be done through three type of different sensors: fixed sensors located

  • Last August the sensors developed within this project were installed in the rural area of Sierra de Gredos, Ávila. They will be taking measures of the air quality until the end of October. The sensors, installed in a mobile unit, are measuring CO, NO2, O3,...

  • The University of Extremadura (UNEX) is preparing with project partners support an online course on air quality monitoring with low-cost sensors. It will be in Spanish and available for the general public through the University Platform this autumn. We will keep you updated about it,...



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