Our air monitoring systems measure the concentration of pollutants to assist companies and governments in making better decisions.
Air pollution has become an increasing problem in cities and is now considered the biggest environmental health risk, affecting millions of people worldwide. The primary sources of pollution are vehicle engines, industrial emissions from factories and power plants, construction activities and chemicals used in farming. All of them contribute to the formation of smoke clouds over cities, the increase of respiratory diseases and the global climate change.
Darrera supplies air monitoring systems capable of measuring air quality through the concentration of different pollutants, such as CO, NO, NO2, SO2 and O3, in order to determine the level of health risk and facilitate the decision-making process of local authorities to reduce such risk. The systems are also capable of determining the concentration of airborne particles and classify them as PM1, PM2.5 and PM10.
- Cost-effective solution.
- High correlation with regulatory measurement stations.
- Real-time measurements and data availability.
- Online platform for data analysis and download.