AQMesh accuracy recognised in AIRLAB International Microsensors Challenge
Mar 11 2020 Read 679 Times
The 2019 AIRLAB Microsensors Challenge* results were recently revealed in Paris and AQMesh was awarded the highest score for accuracy out of all the multi-parameter products presented in the outdoor air quality monitoring category.
The AIRLAB challenge is an international independent comparison of small sensor air quality monitoring products, evaluated by AirParif - the body responsible for air quality monitoring in Paris – and a panel of French and international experts.
AQMesh was evaluated for the highest number of pollutant measurements offered within a single system for outdoor air quality monitoring: NO, NO2, O3, PM1, PM2.5 and PM10. The scoring applied for cost relates to the product specification submitted for the Challenge, and AQMesh compared well with the top performers in the category based on cost per pollutant measured.
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* This Challenge is part of the activities of AIRLAB, accelerator of technological or behavioural solutions to improve air quality, and was created by Airparif and its founding partners in September 2017, with funding from the Ile-de-France Region.
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