Aeroqual is changing the way people understand the air they breathe. We make simple tools that companies, communities and citizens can use to monitor and respond, in real-time, to air pollution wherever they live, work and play.
Established in 2001, Aeroqual has spent more than a decade perfecting sensor-based air quality measurements in a variety of applications and climates in more than 50 countries worldwide.
Meet the team
VP Product Development & Support
Dr John Wagner
Advanced Technical Support Manager
Giving people the tools to develop air quality intelligence
Our products have been tried and tested by high profile customers such as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New York Department of Environmental protection, Samsung, NASA, and AECOM. Most recently, we have signed a five-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to advance low-cost air sensor technology. As the shift towards sensor-based air quality monitoring accelerates Aeroqual is setting the standard for others to follow.
Sensors have many advantages over traditional measurement techniques, but so far few companies have been able to produce credible and defensible air quality measurements. This is especially true in outdoor ambient monitoring applications where low detection levels and environmental factors make sensor-based measurement extremely challenging.
Making defensible air quality measurements using relatively low cost sensors requires unique skills, experience and technology. We have developed and continue to develop deep and multi-disciplinary expertise covering:
- Sensor design, fabrication and calibration
- Signal processing and algorithms
- Instrument design and development
- Application and support of instruments in the field
- Atmospheric science
We have invested in bespoke calibration and production facilities in Auckland, New Zealand which operate under ISO 9001:2008. Our people are experts in the field, determined to help customers realize the benefits from sensor-based air quality measurement.