Faced with a growing awareness of the general public regarding the problem of air quality, more and more experiments and innovations are being developed around miniaturized air quality sensors, aimed at equipping cities, buildings, vehicles and citizens (Micro sensors).
However, to date, there are no regulations for these technologies, which represent a booming market and are attracting the interest of various stakeholders: authorities, citizens, NGOs, economic players, etc. on all continents.
The "Microsensor Challenge 2019" of the AIRLAB (AirParif Laboratory) therefore aims to clarify these points.
The winners, NanoSense and Pando2, have thus created a global solution for air quality monitoring and management, combining the metrological expertise of NanoSense with the data restitution and analysis technology of Pando2.
Article published on February 4, 2020 on the Cahiers Techniques du Bâtiment website, in the Innovation tab.
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