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The Smogmobile visits Westminster ahead of Clean Air Day


MyAir Beginners Tutorial


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A quick introduction to the Opsis DOAS Open Path air quality monitoring system and how it is being used in Swansea for air quality forecasting.


Duncan Mounsor, MD at Enviro Technology Services, discusses how local authorities and central government have a duty of care to provide the public with information about how good or bad the air quality is in their area.

Duncan Mounsor, MD at Enviro Technology Services, discusses how large air quality stations like the Supersite on the A40 Marylebone Road in London are crucial in assisting policy makers.

Tim Parkinson, at Forterra Building Services, discusses how their Opsis system has monitored SO2 and particulates at their site in Peterborough since 2009 with 98% data capture rate.


Lewis John, ET's UK Sales Manager for Scientific Applications, explains how the Smogmobile can map air pollution on the go.


Professor Frank Kelly from Kings College London, discusses why poor air quality isn't just a problem for for Government, industry and businesses.


Professor Frank Kelly discusses the negative health effects of poor air quality


Professor Frank Kelly from Kings College London, discusses how social & economic issues can mean poorer families are at higher risk from poor air quality.


Professor Frank Kelly from Kings College London, discusses why it is crucial to have good quality monitoring systems in places like London so that measures can be taken to protect the public.


Professor Frank Kelly from Kings College London, discusses the responsibility he has to help advise decision makers to make informed choices about air quality.

Tom Price at Swansea Council discusses how the ET supplied Opsis Open Path system, at a main intersection in Swansea, enables them to predict and forewarn motorists of high episodes of poor air quality.


An ET supplied AQ station at Morriston, Swansea supplies robust data for reporting back to Welsh Government. Tom Price explains why they chose ET as their supplier.


Watch this short video to find out the unique way the Zephyr air quality sensor monitors harmful pollutants.


ET Demonstrating just how easy it is to access and work on instruments in an ET Skinny Roadbox air quality monitoring enclosure



ET Demonstrating just how easy it is to access and work on instruments in an ET PR5 roadside air quality monitoring enclosure


Full version of the ET overview including excerpts from Professor Frank Kelly at Kings College and others.

 

 

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Scentinal Air Pollution Monitoring System

Ultra-portable, laser-based gas analysers for environmnetal and industrial applications from Los Gatos Research

 ET provides real-time instrumentation to help University College Cork with their important air quality research

 

Met One Instruments, Inc., BAM-1020

 

 

System M800 from Opsis for the measurement of ship engine emissions (SO2 and CO2 and other revelant gases)

 

Real Driving Emissions System from Opsis

 

TAPI's Blue Light Convertor technology explained below

 

BAM-1020 Basic Set up and Maintenance

 

The Smogmobile on the BBC 6 O'clock news

 BBC Clip Southampton

ARA N-FRM Sampler

The BAM1020 Continuous Beta-attenuation Particulate Monitor

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