Camden Air Quality Sensor Network Launches 30 June

Businesses, News, Schools, Third Sector – Thursday, June 23rd, 2022

The public launch of the ‘Camden Sensor Network’, a hyper-local air quality monitoring network comprising of 227 sensors located throughout the borough will take place on 30th June. AirScape have been working with Camden Council and the Camden Clean Air Initiative to create this innovative project which will provide real-time air quality data to the public at a much denser spatial resolution than has previously been possible. Each sensor will measure a range of pollutants every minute, including nitrogen dioxide, Particulate Matter (PM10 & PM2.5) and Ozone.

Information for each and every sensor will be live and available from June 30th on the AirScape map-based web portal. As well as providing live air quality data in 227 locations across Camden, information on the types of air pollution and their affects on public health will be explained as well as helpful tips on what members of the public can do to both reduce their exposure to poor air quality, and how they can reduce their own emissions.

More information and a link to the AirScape portal will be available following the platforms’ June 30th launch.