A Survey of Wireless Sensor Network Based Air Pollution Monitoring Systems

  title={A Survey of Wireless Sensor Network Based Air Pollution Monitoring Systems},
  author={Wei Ying Yi and Kin Ming Lo and Terrence S. T. Mak and Kwong-Sak Leung and Yee Leung and Helen M. Meng},
The air quality in urban areas is a major concern in modern cities due to significant impacts of air pollution on public health, global environment, and worldwide economy. Recent studies reveal the importance of micro-level pollution information, including human personal exposure and acute exposure to air pollutants. A real-time system with high spatio-temporal resolution is essential because of the limited data availability and non-scalability of conventional air pollution monitoring systems… CONTINUE READING
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