Beginn

09.04.2019 12:30 Uhr

Ende

10.04.2019 18:00 Uhr

Veranstaltungsort

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung Zweiggelände Adlershof, Haus 8.05, Raum 201 + 202
Richard-Willstätter-Straße 11
12489 Berlin

Veranstalter

Saarland University, Aarhus University, Aristotle University in co-operation with Eurice GmbH and BAM

Participants will learn about the main aspects of air pollution, its effects and associated costs as well as the current status of environmental monitoring technologies with their pros and cons. Then, an overview over modern low-cost sensor principles, operating modes and data evaluation strategies as well as characterization and calibration is given with clear indications on advantages and limitations compared to existing monitoring stations. Examples will be given for various benchmark applications covering different fixed and mobile, especially drone-based, sensor solutions for pollution and odour monitoring. Finally, participants will learn how these sensor solutions can be utilized to develop novel environmental services for municipalities, companies and citizens. The potential for citizen science solutions will be discussed as well as service design principles and market penetration potentials.

Find more information on: http://netmon.eurice.eu/

A step further?

Participate in the Workshop: Setting standards for low cost Air Quality sensors
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - @ BAM in Berlin
further information at the Saarland University webpage

Registration and Fees

1.090 Euro plus VAT Until February 28, 2019: 890 Euro plus VAT