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|Title:||Towards Air Quality Indices in Smart Cities by Calibrated Low-Cost Sensors Applied to Networks|
|Authors:||PENZA Michele; SURIANO Domenico; VILLANI Maria Gabriella; SPINELLE LAURENT; GERBOLES Michel|
|Citation:||IEEE Sensor journal p. 2012-2017|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This experimental study focusses on air quality monitoring by low-cost and accurate sensors to provide a rank of air quality indices for citizens community in smart cities. Inter-comparison long-term measurements of CO, NO 2 , SO 2 and PM 10 are performed in a real scenario using referenced chemical analyzers at air-quality monitoring stations. The accuracy of the low-cost sensors is assessed in order to address the Data Quality Objectives (DQO) of the EU Air Quality Directive 2008/50/EC for indicative measurements. These preliminary results show that the low-cost sensors, when accurate, are suitable to define a rank of individual air quality index (AQI) to inform effectively general public and enhance environmental awareness. Finally, we show that the developed multiparametric sensor-system NASUS can be integrated both in a distributed city-network based on cost-effective fixed nodes, and in portable handheld sensor-systems to monitor air-pollution personal exposure.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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