High resolution air quality monitoring and air pollutant data analytics

Collaborating Partners

The project is a collaboration between the Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore), the Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (PIlani) and the University of Southern California (USC).

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Objectives

The project addresses three interrelated problems: (1) Developing low-cost sensor systems, (2) developing techniques for obtaining air quality data, and (3) determining the source of pollutants. 

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Funding

This project is funded by the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) in the Research Initiative “Real-time water and air quality monitoring”.

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Latest News

We will regularly update the progress of the project here.

IISc develops and validates low-cost gas sensor

One major objective of the AQM project is the development and validation of a low-cost sensor array system to measure all the parameters necessary for air quality index determination. To[…]

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Set-up of Bosch Climo

At the end of May, IISc purchased the Bosch Climate Monitoring System (Climo) and, after extensive testing at the Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE), it was set-up at the Maramma[…]

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