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.
Air quality varies, and reliable real-time air quality monitoring (AQM) is expensive. Outdoor exercise is actually bad for you when the air quality is poor, but it is difficult for people to know when it is bad enough that they should do a little indoor sport instead.
Develop a real-time system to allow cost-effective, massive, distributed and ubiquitous air quality monitoring (AQM).
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