AIRTHINGS project in two scientific events

Jul 19, 2018

The scientific team of PP2 – Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, participated in two scientific events, having the chance to present the AIRTHINGS project among a targeted scientific community.

On 9th of July 2018 the AIRTHINGS project was brought to the attention of the participating scientists within a mutual Workshop, organized by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and held in University Dissemination Center (KEDEA Building). The presentation was in the frame of a thematic group meeting on "Urban Sustainability" where the air quality IoT technology was presented as a proper cost-efficiency urban solution.

A scientific presentation of the technical parameters of the AIRTHNIGS, as a contemporary solution combining low-cost innovative air pollution Internet of Things sensors with advanced air quality modelling tools, was also presented in the 11th International Conference on Air Quality in Barcelona, Spain, held in the mid  of  March 2018. The main conclusion, drawn by the scientific statement says that: “As air quality management problems become more complex, there is a need for enhanced air quality and exposure monitoring competences on the local and regional level. This study focuses on exploiting rapid developments in technology to combine low-cost innovative air pollution Internet of Things sensors with advanced air quality modelling tools, in order to provide both regulatory assessment services, as well as to support the evaluation of air pollution mitigation measures”.
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