Environmental dust monitoring solution to determine size of dust particles.
An agency involved in the protection, restoration and enhancement of the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation.
From 6 September to 9 September 2021, the customer installed three community-based dust monitors and anemometers (which monitor the wind and speed direction) in the backyards of volunteers in South Australia.
The sites were chosen by residents from a community working group and the agency. The monitors will determine whether the general dust in the area is of small enough particles to be a health concern, and SA Health is partnering with the community for this study to interpret the data.
Along with Vaisala weather sensors and Pervasive Telemetry, the system, which can be quickly and easily set up and deployed to remote locations, is able to transmit real time data back to the customer’s headquarters for analysis.
Live air quality data is now available allowing the customer’s staff to monitor the data and measuring it against local and regional dust events.
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