Reading Time: 2 minutes The Hidden Dangers of Poor Air Quality in HospitalsWhy Air Quality Monitoring is Crucial Reading Time: 2 minutes Healthcare facilities, such as hospitals and GP practices, have an important duty to maintain excellent air quality. Their main goal is to help people get back to full health, a goal that is hindered if air pollution […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Air Quality Monitoring in the Mining and Quarrying IndustryThe Power of Prevention Reading Time: <1 minutes Air quality management is essential but challenging in mining and quarrying due to the various sources of emissions and their unpredictable nature. Underground and open pit mines have different sources of dust emissions that impact the environment and workers’ […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes How Air Quality Monitoring Helps Keep Construction Workers SafeBuilding Responsibly Reading Time: 2 minutes The construction industry is a major contributor to air pollution, especially in urban areas. Research in 2019 by the London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory (LAEI) showed that about 30% of particulate matter (PM10) emissions in the city came from construction activities such […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Why AQM is Critical for the Future of TransportationThe Road to Cleaner Air Reading Time: <1 minutes Air pollution from vehicle emissions is a major contributor to poor air quality in cities and towns worldwide, leading to serious health consequences for citizens. In response, many cities are turning to intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to improve […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes How Air Quality Monitoring Can Improve Student HealthBreathe Easy on Campus Reading Time: 2 minutes Our health and well-being can be significantly impacted by the air we breathe. This is particularly true for students and staff who spend much time on university campuses. Yet, many variables, including traffic congestion, cleaning agents, and pollutants from power […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Our cities are not exempt from the ongoing evolution of the world. By 2050, the number of people living in cities is projected to more than double, and innovation is necessary to meet rising public demand.