Sensor & Test 2022: Award winning Air Quality Monitor to be Exhibited
MCERTS: Praxis/Urban passes PM2.5 & PM10 testing
South Coast Science will display two live data dashboards at Sensor + Test 2022.
Two Praxis/OPCube monitors will be operational: one in Nuremberg City Centre and another at the entrance to the exhibition hall. Attendees will be able to see the data output by logging in remotely or at the South Coast Science stand.
Praxis/OPCube collocated with Nuremberg reference station
In collaboration with Nuremberg City Council’s air quality team, a Praxis/OPCube has been installed alongside a City Council owned reference station at Jakobsplatz, Nuremberg. All Nuremberg data (NO2 + PM) gathered by South Coast Science will be made available to the public through a live dashboard, so the City Council’s air quality team can compare performance with their reference data.
The second OPCube will be installed in the entrance lobby of the Nuremberg Messe. Do look out for it as you arrive at the venue. This location is ideal for monitoring changes in air quality (CO2 + PM) over the course of the event.
(Image shows an OPCube installed on a lamp post.)
Investigate real-time fluctuations in air quality
“The appeal of setting up monitoring devices at both the exhibition hall and in the city centre is the opportunity to monitor in detail how air quality changes over the course of a 24 hour period in both settings. With the influx of vehicles to the city and visitors to the exhibition, these plots will clearly demonstrate the impact of our working day on the environment.”David Johnson, Sales Director
Without real-time data that either confirms air quality is within acceptable limits or when in the day there’s a risk of breaching healthy limits, it’s neither possible to give confidence in public safety or know when interventions are needed. Understanding how air quality changes in response to the ebb and flow of activity requires high quality, accurate data.
Praxis instruments use a ML data correction algorithm and independent testing has verified the quality of its data for PM2.5 and gases. The devices are also designed for ‘plug and play’ installation and will operate with minimal maintenance or supervision. Remote monitoring alerts customers if a problem occurs with a device, removing the need for routine site checks.
Access the live data dashboard
To see air quality data live from Nuremberg, whether you’re at Sensor + Test or anywhere else in the world, visit the South Coast Science website and use the log in details provided below.
Notes on using the dashboard: Device 123 is located at Jakobsplatz, Nuremberg City Centre and Device 165 is located in the entrance lobby of the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre.
To see data output from a specific device please select it from the list of instruments and you will then be able to choose the data view. The last word for each hyperlink tells you where to go: …/status; …/climate; …/gases; …/particulates.
Meet South Coast Science at SENSOR + TEST 2022
Find us at stand 1-650 from 10th to 12th May 2022. Bruno Beloff and David Johnson will be at the stand, please come to speak to us about the latest developments and your air quality monitoring requirements.
If you’ve not yet booked tickets to attend you can do so here.