Special Issue: Real-Time Air Quality Monitoring Systems
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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Special Issue: Real-Time Air Quality Monitoring Systems

Special Issue: Real-Time Air Quality Monitoring Systems

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.


* Air quality and air quality assessment. * Air quality sensors. * Sensor data collection and fusion. * Mobile computing technologies. * Innovative real-time monitoring approaches. * Intelligent methods for air quality monitoring. * Calibration and prognostic systems in air quality monitoring. * Cloud-based approaches to air quality systems. * High availability of real-time air quality systems. * Security in air quality systems. * Applications of air quality monitoring data. * Air quality in smart cities. * Quality issues with air monitoring data. * Data storage and privacy. * IoT.
The deadline is July 31st, 2021. Accepted papers will be published continuously in the journal (as soon as accepted) and will be listed together on the special issue website.

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