Press Releases

24/7 Remote Monitoring of Air Quality Assets

If air quality monitoring is part of your business, service or compliance requirement, what is your contingency plan for unforeseen interruptions to your data due to loss of power or wireless connectivity?

Australia-UK Partnership for Ambient Air Monitoring

ECO Environmental - one of Australia’s largest providers of environmental monitoring equipment - have partnered with South Coast Science to distribute Praxis ambient air quality monitors across Australia.

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.

How to Spend £5M: Air quality improvements across the UK

The UK government announced an investment of ~£5 Million to tackle air pollution. One third of all funded applications explicitly mention air quality monitoring or the purchase of air quality sensors.

Sustainability in 2021: Roadside PM & NO2

In 2018, findings from a Public Health England report showed that costs of treating diseases associated with air pollution was £43M. How can we reduce the burden on the NHS & social care services?

When All You Need is PM, NO2 and Real-World Data

The Praxis/OPCube, launched in January 2021 has proven popular with customers looking for monitoring of ONLY airborne particles (PM1, PM2.5 & PM10) and NO2.

AQM for Local Authorities: Hidden costs

Legislation and increasing public scrutiny are focusing on the roles and responsibilities of local authorities in air quality management. In 2019 the Guardian published an article […]

Air Quality Data​: How good is your validation?

Low-cost sensor technology is key to realising the many commercial applications of passive air quality monitoring. Why, then has it not yet been adopted more widely? […]

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.”