Air quality is a growing problem for cities around the world. Improving it starts with effective measurement which is where technology innovators Opensense come in. With support from Imperial College’s Enterprise Lab they developed a high-tech sticker on a mobile phone that work as digital air quality sensor.
Opensense’s vision is to democratise sensing. The global environmental monitoring market is estimated to reach $19.56bn by 2021. Our vision is to enable ultra-cheap chemical sensing on mobile devices. This enables plug-and-play measurements for organisations and ordinary people interested in air pollution, water quality, food freshness, biohazards and many other chemical sensing applications.
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