Air quality data for research
We help researchers get more from their budget, producing modular, sensor-based instruments configured to meet the exact needs of your project.
Robust and traceable data for researchers
Our customers in the research community want quick and accurate air quality data from a compact instrument that can be used on multiple projects. They are less constrained by the need to have U.S. EPA-type conformity, provided the data is robust and traceable back to reference methods.
Sensor-based equipment opens up new opportunities
Our instruments use sensors rather than analyzers, enabling parameters to be measured and logged every minute. Sensor-based systems are also cheaper than analyzers, enabling more instruments to be placed in the field. With increased spatial and temporal resolution comes the potential for new areas for research, such as mapping of urban hotspots, personal exposure monitoring, or wide-area sensor networks.
Get more from your budget with configurable and cost-effective equipment
Our highly configurable products can match the parameters measured to the needs of your project. You can then always add modules to measure additional parameters as needed. The relative affordability of the instruments means you can free up budget for other project expenses.
“Current sophisticated, expensive ambient air pollution monitoring technology is not economically sustainable as the sole approach and cannot keep up with current needs, specifically new monitoring networks and special-purpose monitoring.”
U.S. EPA: New Generation Air Monitoring Roadmap 2013
Case Study - Communities
Portable Air Monitoring Systems Create Learning Opportunities at NY Liberal Arts College
Case Study - Communities
Real-Time Ozone Sensor Network Helps California District Overcome Regulatory Problems
Air quality monitoring equipment suited to education
Easy to use. Easy to understand. Our air quality monitoring equipment provides an excellent introduction to the practical aspects of air quality for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Low-cost sensor networks are an exciting idea with great potential. So far, this potential has been limited by issues with performance and practical support of sensors in the field.
Aeroqual has been involved in several low-cost sensor network projects and continues to invest in applied research, often in partnership. For example, we deployed an ozone sensor network with Sonoma Technology Inc (STI), leading air quality scientists and consultants based in the United States. The project uniquely demonstrated the value of increased measurement density across a wide area.
As a leader in sensor-based instruments, Aeroqual was highlighted in the U.S. EPA’s Air Sensor Guidebook for low-cost sensors (ozone, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen dioxide in particular.) We recommend it as a great introduction to the field and a must-read for anyone looking to invest in a low-cost sensor network.
Robust and traceable data for your next research project
Get quick and accurate air quality data from a portable monitor that can be used across multiple projects.