AIRTHINGS

Fostering resource efficiency and climate change resilience through community based Air Quality Internet of Things

Air pollution has been one of the first environmental problems to be addressed by the EU, in that sense clean air is considered essential to good health and a basic human need. Currently the primary responsibility for complying and monitoring of the air quality is assigned to respective environmental ministries and agencies, although it is evident that all public bodies, including regional and local authorities, must take coherent measures to secure clean air.

Why AIRTHINGS ?

The overall objective of the project is to foster sustainable development and mitigate climate change in the region.

The main objective of the project is to provide national and regional authorities an appropriate measures to reduce PM and NO2 concentrations in air.

The first objective of the project is to maintain effective air monitoring IoT networks and provide real-time, inexpensive access to air quality data.

The second objective of the project is to demonstrate pilot source apportionment methods enabling on-time air pollution mitigation strategies.

The third objective expected to be achieved is reduction of pollutant emissions in order to approach attainment of respective national ambient air quality standards.

One of the core tasks of the project is to endorse public awareness, so that policies will be easily adopted by citizens and businesses.

Services

Providing new real time data

AIRTHINGS will leverage the emerging technologies through Internet of Things intelligent air quality measuring sensors providing new, real time data through internet - forming network of connected cities.

Enable information driven decisions

AIRTHINGS will effectively address the air pollution and will enable information driven decisions to be taken by public authorities, citizens and businesses.

Case Studies

All project partners will supply and install Internet of Things smart sensors for gathering of real-time air quality data, thus creating a cluster network of jointly monitoring and mitigating environmental impact of air pollution. Each partner will develop city specific analysis for device installation, thus ensuring the achievement of the best possible results.

 

GREECE

01

Thessaloniki

BULGARIA

02

Sofia

CYPRUS

03

Nicosia

ALBANIA

04

Tirana

NORTH MACEDONIA

05

Ohrid

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