Real-time sensors for indoor air monitoring and challenges ahead in deploying them to urban buildings.

@article{Kumar2016RealtimeSF,
  title={Real-time sensors for indoor air monitoring and challenges ahead in deploying them to urban buildings.},
  author={Prashant Kumar and Andreas N. Skouloudis and Margaret C. Bell and Mar elo Viana and M. Cristina C. Carotta and George Biskos and Lidia Morawska},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={560-561},
  pages={
          150-9
        }
}
Household air pollution is ranked the 9(th) largest Global Burden of Disease risk (Forouzanfar et al., The Lancet 2015). People, particularly urban dwellers, typically spend over 90% of their daily time indoors, where levels of air pollution often surpass those of outdoor environments. Indoor air quality (IAQ) standards and approaches for assessment and control of indoor air require measurements of pollutant concentrations and thermal comfort using conventional instruments. However, the… CONTINUE READING
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