Exhibitors 2022


AIRQINO, an innovative air quality monitoring system for smart cities applications

AIRQINO, an innovative air quality monitoring system for smart cities applications

AirQino stations resulted to be a robust tool for investigating air quality dynamics at a higher spatial and time-scales, providing further information compared to those provided by the sole reference station. These stations, installed over several key areas within a small municipality characterized by atmospheric pollutants, were able to capture air pollutant dynamics continuously, creating an efficient network of low-cost “supplementing” air quality stations. In respect of the whole dataset collected. Also, calibration and validation procedures at six months' distance confirmed the robustness of the sensors at maintaining good quality standards along the time

AIRQINO, an innovative air quality monitoring system for smart cities applications

Alessandro Zaldei, Carolina Vagnoli, Beniamino Gioli, Giovanni Gualtieri, Lorenzo Brilli, Federico Carotenuto, Alice Cavaliere, Tommaso Giordano, Francesca Martelli

Alessandro Zaldei
Technical engineer in industrial robotics and automation at the University of Florence in 1993. Since 2000 technical engineer at BioEconomy Insitute, National Research Council, Italy. Responsible of the urban climatology laboratory. Expert in sensors and environmental monitoring, development of monitoring equipment meteorological and air quality measurement.



 Research
  E.14 (pav. E) - CNR
 2022

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