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Real-time monitoring of Air Pollution

By 4. April 2020April 20th, 2020No Comments

Soon citizens in Drammen, Norway, will be able to Monitor in “real-time” the Air Pollution as well as the state of the Environment.

Drammen, Norway, January 2019

Thanks to the cooperation between Drammen municipality, Arrow Electronics, Analog Devices, Atea and Vicotee, citizens will soon be able to monitor the air quality in the city.

Through the municipality´s website, citizens can access air quality data collected at outdoor sensors placed around the city. They can choose locations using an interactive map, and the website lets you display hourly, daily and annual concentration data and speciated particle pollution data.

The graph below shows the particle measurements for a couple of days in January:

Particle measurements by VicoteeAir Quality Data Monitoring can assist a wide range of people, from the concerned citizen who wants to know how many unhealthy air quality days there were in his city last year, to air quality analysts in the regulatory, academic and health research communities who need raw data.

For more information, please contact Vicotee.

Aurora sensor

Aurora sensor

Satvir Singh Parmar

Master of Physics from Oslo University (Cand.Scient, Siv.Ing) Management Trainee at Orkla Senior Brand Manager at Orkla Brands Associate at McKinsey Independent RnD Strategy and Innovation Consultancy Vice President Innovation and Product Management at Eltek CEO Vicotee Keenly interested in industrial history, business crux, macro economics, development, a more sustainable world and a better way of being, living and acting.