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A Gap Analysis of Low-Cost Outdoor Air Quality Sensor In-Field Calibration

@article{Concas2019AGA,
  title={A Gap Analysis of Low-Cost Outdoor Air Quality Sensor In-Field Calibration},
  author={Francesco Concas and Julien Mineraud and Eemil Lagerspetz and S. Varjonen and K. Puolam{\"a}ki and P. Nurmi and Sasu Tarkoma},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1912.06384}
}
In recent years, interest in monitoring air quality has been growing. Traditional environmental monitoring stations are very expensive, both to acquire and to maintain, therefore their deployment is generally very sparse. This is a problem when trying to generate air quality maps with a fine spatial resolution. Given the general interest in air quality monitoring, low-cost air quality sensors have become an active area of research and development. Low-cost air quality sensors can be deployed at… Expand

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