Praxis Air Quality Monitor part of Roadside PM & NO2 Removal System

South Coast Science is pleased to announce its collaboration with tech start-up Pollution Solution, who have recently unveiled their new product: Roadvent ™

USA Institute Monitors Air Quality for Cultural Artefact Storage

The Image Permanence Institute (IPI) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is deploying 11 Praxis/Urban devices as part of a three-year research project.

Affordable Air Quality Monitoring for Ports & Harbours

Hutchison Port Holdings Limited approached South Coast Science to provide monitors for air quality monitoring projects at three UK Ports of Felixstowe, Harwich International and London Thamesport.

New York Environmental Health project selects UK Air Quality Monitor

South Coast Science is delighted to announce the Praxis/Urban is currently in use as part of a CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) funded project, taking place in New York City.

Machine Learning (ML) boosts performance of low-cost air quality sensors

Recent research using low-cost Praxis/Urban air quality instruments uses ML data correction methods to improve field performance.  The research is linked with Oxford’s OxAria project and […]

MCERTS: Praxis/Urban passes PM2.5 & PM10 testing

The Praxis/Urban has now passed all MCERTS tests in line with the certification for Indicative Ambient Particulate Monitors standard and it is anticipated the Praxis/OPCube will […]

Air Quality Data Live from Sensor + Test, Nuremberg

In collaboration with Nuremberg City Council's air quality team, South Coast Science will display two  live data dashboards at Sensor + Test 2022.

Sensor & Test 2022: Award winning Air Quality Monitor to be Exhibited

From 10 – 12 May 2022 South Coast Science will be exhibiting at SENSOR+TEST. This event is one of the major international scientific forums for sensors, measuring and testing technologies.

Three UK Ports take lead on Air Quality Monitoring

South Coast Science is supplying ambient air quality monitoring instruments to the Ports of Felixstowe, Harwich International and London Thamesport. The instruments will be used to start new air quality monitoring programmes which are linked to the Ports Air Quality Strategies.