Ambient Air Quality

Praxis/Urban on tour: European Geoscience Union 2021 Conference

Praxis/Urban instruments were deployed in Fairbanks to measure gases (CO, NO, NO2, O3) and fine particulate matter (PM2.5) during the Arctic winter of 2019. Dr Tjarda Roberts presented findings at the European Geoscience Union 2021 conference.

Air pollution overtakes AIDS related deaths

Research findings show that annual PM2.5 concentrations in some African cities are as much as 5 times over the WHO limit for health-harmful concentration.

South Africa – UK Partnership for Ambient Air Monitoring

“Our clients are saying that they are looking at innovative ways to measure air pollution at lower cost and lower energy footprint without compromising on data quality. The Praxis product line allows us to offer precisely what they need.” Mark Baird, MD Argos SA.

AQM at 40°C below Zero!

"We deployed two Praxis instruments from South Coast Science throughout the whole winter season (November 2019 to April 2020) to characterise gas and particle pollution at various sites across Fairbanks.”

Working with the UN

In 2017 South Coast Science began working on the Praxis/Urban in collaboration with the UN Environment Programme. A long-range, scientifically motivated, evaluation programme was begun which […]