Month: August 2019

10 Things to Look for in Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System

Cost-effective sensors have started to make their mark when it comes to the air quality monitoring system. Today, there are many types of these low-cost sensors which are available in the market. However, certain aspects should be given importance when it comes to choosing the right solution to your problem. Here are ten things one …

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Oizom Joins World’s Biggest Impact Accelerator: Katapult

Oslo, 11 March 2018- Katapult Accelerator is a global accelerator program which aims to scale-up startups that are working towards solving global challenges within societal and/or environmental domains. The program seeks to support and invest in startups that are focused on utilizing exponential technologies to solve real-world global issues. Oizom, a cleantech startup based out of India, …

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Delhi Pollution: Are We Drawing the Correct Conclusions?

The supreme court, on Friday, imposed a blanket ban on the sale and stocking of all firecrackers in the Delhi-NCR region and suspended all licenses to do the same. This is quite a laudable, and a side note, courageous move, seeing the religious connection people have made with firecrackers. On a superficial level, this might …

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Rajasthan’s Deadly Dust Storm Indicates the Need for Environmental Monitoring System

It was yesterday that we read the news where WHO reported 14 out of 20 most polluted cities are in India. The same day, the whole Rajasthan and UP were shrouded in a deadly dust storm and rains that caused major casualties. The severe dust storm created havoc across the cities of Bharatpur, Alwar and …

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CPCB to Validate Sensor-Based Air Quality Monitoring System??

Rapid economic growth has brought many benefits to India; but the environment has suffered, exposing the population to serious air pollution. The consequences of pollution have led to poor urban air quality in many Indian cities. The air pollution and the resultant air quality can be attributed to emissions from transportation, industrial and domestic activities. …

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