‘Air Quality Egg’ Measures Urban Air Pollution


The idea was hatched during gatherings of the Internet of Things Meetup in New York City and Amsterdam. The Air Quality Egg is a sensor system that measures urban air pollution outside homes. According to its creators, it’s inexpensive, easy to use, and allows communities and neighborhoods to collect their own data on NO2 and CO emissions. The egg-shaped based station sends air-quality data in real time to the Internet. Learn more about the crowd-funded Air Quality Egg.

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