NanoSen-AQM at Digital Olfaction Congress 2018 – Tokyo, Japan
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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NanoSen-AQM at Digital Olfaction Congress 2018 – Tokyo, Japan

On December 3rt and 4th of 2018 took place in Tokyo, Japan, the annual Olfaction Society Meeting (DOS). On the second day, University of Extremadura gave a speech at the about the latest prototypes of personal systems for the detection of air quality developed in the project. The first prototype developed by UEx for the measurement of air quality that citizens will use in measurement campaigns was described. The presentation was awarded with the prize for the best presentation in the aforementioned congress.

In addition, a presentation of the NanoSen-AQM project was made at the Technological Institute of Tokyo that led to the establishment of contacts for future collaborations. The assistants were experts in sensors and electronic systems, who made interesting contributions and questions to take into account in the further development of upcoming prototypes.

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