Particulate Matter (PM2.5/10/1) – Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) & Oxide (NO) – Ozone (O3) – Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) – Carbon Monoxide (CO) – Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) – Hydrogen Sylfide (H2S) – Amonia (NH3) – Noise – Temperature – Humidity – Pressure – Wind.
Nowadays, air quality in cities become more and more important. It is not a secret anymore that residents’ health can be easily affected by air pollution, leading to allergies, respiratory tract infections, and cardiovascular diseases. As long as air quality significantly varies from one street to another, cities require a network of IoT sensors to complement reference stations and to move forward smart cities concept. Outdoor stations can be configured to specific use case, including sensors selection, communication protocol, power supply and sampling frequency.