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Oizom – Web-Based Air Quality




  • 4 Ways of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Systems and Equipments




    Real-time Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Applications Oizom specializes in manufacturing and designing accurate Air Quality Monitoring systems and offering advanced data analytics. Founded in 2015, …




  • Vehicular pollution monitoring at Almora hills - Case Study

    Vehicular pollution monitoring at Almora hills – Case Study




    Almora being a popular hill station in Northern India attracts many tourists over the year. This gives rise to vehicular pollution and increases the particulate matter pollution in the region. Hence, …



  • How can air quality forecasting help reduce pollution exposure




    Author: Dhyey Solanki

    It is now a well-established fact that exposure to poor air quality leads to serious health conditions. These health impacts on populations have led to a massive economic burden on economies around …



  • Weather monitoring with Pollucon at Mormugao Port, Goa – Case Study




    Our ClientPollucon Laboratories is one of the most diversified testing service providers in India. They conduct monitoring and analysis of all environmental parameters in air, water, soil and …



  • Methyl Mercaptan monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Methyl mercaptan (CH3SH), also known as methanethiol, is a colourless, highly flammable, toxic gas with a distinct, strong unpleasant odour. Moreover, microbial degradation of organic matter releases …



  • CH4 Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Methane has a direct influence on climate change as well as an indirect effect on human health, plant yield, and productivity due to its role as an important precursor to ground-level ozone …



  • TVOC Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC) are a group of compounds containing carbon that have a high vapor pressure present in the air. There are abundant VOC emitted from everyday activities among …



  • H2S Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    H2S is formed whenever elemental sulfur or sulfur-containing compounds come into contact with organic materials at high temperatures. Continuous or high-level exposure of the H2S can quickly deaden a …



  • NH3 Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Ammonia is a colorless, toxic, irritating gas with a pungent odor that is as a result released from decaying organic matter, including plants, animals,  animal wastes, and fertilizer …



  • Ozone Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Ground-level ozone is harmful to human health and the environment, especially on sunny days when its concentration can reach high levels. Also, it is a precursor of photochemical smog, which has its …



  • Chlorine Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Elemental chlorine is a highly reactive, greenish-yellow gas. It has a suffocating, irritating, and pungent bleach-like odour that is detectable at low concentrations (above 0.3 – 0.5 ppm). …



  • SO2 Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    SO2 monitoring is an efficient way to detect and reduce exposure to sulfur oxides which further benefits in reducing the formation of particulate sulfur pollutants like fine sulfate particles, acid …



  • NOx Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    NOx, apart from affecting human health and the environment itself, has the potential to produce “secondary pollutants” such as ozone, smog, nitric acid, and particulate matter. Also, …



  • Carbon Monoxide Monitoring




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Carbon monoxide, one of the most abundant pollutant gases. The gas is indetectable to humans as one can not see, smell, or taste. However, exposure to high levels of CO can cause CO poisoning leading …



  • Dust monitoring – PM100




    Author: Ayyan Karmakar

    What is PM100?“PM” (Particulate Matter) is not a single pollutant but refers to a complex mixture of solids and aerosols of varying shape, size, and chemical composition. It may contain …



  • Particulate Matter monitoring – PM10




    Author: Kruti Davda

    What is PM10?“PM”, Particulate Matter, is not a single pollutant, but refers to a complex mixture of solids and aerosols of varying shape, size, and chemical composition and may contain …



  • Particulate Matter monitoring – PM2.5




    Author: Ayyan Karmakar

    What is PM2.5?“PM”, Particulate Matter, is not a single pollutant, but refers to a complex mixture of solids and aerosols of varying shape, size, and chemical composition and may contain …



  • Mapping of Air Quality Monitoring Systems to cover an area for hyperlocal data




    Author: Vrushank Vyas;Ayyan Karmakar

    Air quality data serves as the basis for all pollution mitigation strategies. A comprehensive air quality monitoring network provides valuable data insights to support effective air pollution …



  • Data Driven Environmental Automation




    Author: Ayyan Karmakar;Bhumik Nayak

    Environmental monitoring systems generate incredible amounts of data each day. The opportunity of putting such valuable data at work is missed if the data cannot be converted into timely actions. …



  • Real-time odour analysis & complain management




    Author: Ayyan Karmakar;Ankur Mehta

    Odour is the perception of smell; it may range from being unpleasant (like the rotten smell of garbage) to pleasant (fragrance). Odours, pleasant or unpleasant; are produced by inhaling air-borne …



  • Location of Low-cost Sensor-based Air Quality Monitoring Devices




    Author: Ayyan Karmakar;Kruti Davda

    Monitoring the pollutant concentration is fundamentally important to develop and evaluate pollution control strategies. It enables us to understand the trend and extent of pollution by identifying …



  • Passive vs Active Sampling for Sensor-based Ambient Air Quality Monitoring




    Author: Ankit Vyas;Ayyan Karmakar

    Air pollution with its cascading effects across the population has become a serious matter of concern. To address this air pollution problem, availability of accurate and reliable air quality data is …



  • Delhi’s Pollution can Reduce 6 Years from Your Life




    Air pollution is often based on the values of particulate matter of size less than 2.5 micrometers(PM 2.5)  and particulate matter of size less than 10 micrometers (PM10).PM 2.5 reduces …



  • Air Quality Index – Importance of AQI




    Author: Kruti Davda

    Clean air is the basic amenity when it comes to healthy living for mankind. Today poor air quality is one of the main reasons for several acute health diseases. It is essential to know the air …



  • Smart city air quality monitoring at Agra, India – Case Study




    OverviewHigh levels of PM10 and PM2.5 are rapidly degrading the air quality of Agra city as well as one of the wonders of the world – Taj Mahal. The increasing pollutant level is mainly due to …

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