A Low-Cost Sensing System for Cooperative Air Quality Monitoring in Urban Areas

@inproceedings{Brienza2015ALS,
  title={A Low-Cost Sensing System for Cooperative Air Quality Monitoring in Urban Areas},
  author={Simone Brienza and Andrea Galli and Giuseppe Anastasi and Paolo Bruschi},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2015}
}
Air quality in urban areas is a very important topic as it closely affects the health of citizens. Recent studies highlight that the exposure to polluted air can increase the incidence of diseases and deteriorate the quality of life. Hence, it is necessary to develop tools for real-time air quality monitoring, so as to allow appropriate and timely decisions. In this paper, we present uSense, a low-cost cooperative monitoring tool that allows knowing, in real-time, the concentrations of… CONTINUE READING

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