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Low-cost Air Quality Monitors

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These monitors measure dangerous particulate matter (PM2.5) as well as temperature and humidity, and transmit the data to the cloud in real time for storage and analysis. They are very low cost (~$75) and can be deployed in many locations to improve the understanding of how air quality varies over time and compares with various locations.

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STIA 436: Air Quality Innovation
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