Student of S & R IAU Builds Environmental Pollution Measurement Device

Sunday, May 29, 2016 - 00:10

Forouzan Faghiri, student of Islamic Azad University, Science and Research branch, has succeeded in creating an environmental pollution measurement device with remote registration and control. This device is small and portable and can measure parameters such as LPG, CO, smoke, dust, temperature, pressure, and humidity.

According to IAU Public Affairs, Faghiri stated that the project covers hardware and software which are able to measure air pollution, smoke, dust, temperature, humidity, and pressure. “The National Meteorological Organization provides data on weather in general but with this device we can learn the details of air pollution,” she added

The result will be displayed as graphs in an Android application which renders the data it receives via bluetooth.

This device can be deployed in residential houses and public centers to detect and measure the density of gases and urban pollution, and in industrial locales in order to identify, measure, and record industrial gas concentrations.

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