Welcome to Environmental White Papers
Environmental RESEARCH & Knowledge Center
The OIZOM environmental white papers are aimed at imparting knowledge to researchers, technology geeks, potential customers, environmental enthusiasts and the citizens. It seeks to bridge the gap between the current trends and the conventional approach towards environmental monitoring. The white papers are curated by a team with a multi-disciplinary approach and is backed by subject experts.
The evolution of the ambient air quality monitoring systems
The paper explains the evolution of air quality monitoring stations with their working principles, relative drawbacks, and advantages.
Location of Low-cost Sensor-based Air Quality Monitoring Devices
The paper describes how to select monitoring location for a given monitoring objective to ensure the highest level of data quality.
Passive vs Active Sampling for Sensor-based Ambient Air Quality Monitoring
Active and Passive sampling methods are compared in detail to determine which one ensures better performance.
Real-time pollution maps for Smart Cities
Real-time air quality monitoring and generation of pollution maps based on them supports the development of evidence-based and data-driven air quality management by enabling partnership with multiple stakeholders.
Data Driven Environmental Automation
The paper explains how data driven automation in the fields of environment are more efficient than the conventional action plans in different industrial sectors with case-studies.
Real-time odour analysis & complain management
Odour is a very obnoxious nuisance. This paper describes how real-time odour monitoring and odour impact analysis can ensure effective and efficient odour complaint resolution.
Collocation Study of Sensor based CAAQMS with Reference Systems
This paper describes a step-by-step procedure of carrying out sensor collocation against a reference station, comparing and interpreting the results and how to improve data quality from the results.
Hybrid Air Quality Monitoring Network – The future of urban monitoring
This paper explains the need and importance of a hybrid air quality network. It also creates understanding about how one can develop a hybrid monitoring network.
Mapping of Air Quality Monitoring Systems to cover an area for hyperlocal data
The paper serves as a guide for designing and setting up an air quality monitoring network to cover an area for hyperlocal monitoring.