Scentroid DR1000 is Presented in AQ Exhibition by KNJ
Unmanned aerial vehicles are no longer a thing of the future. They are part of our everyday life.
KJN Technologies at Air quality exhibition of South Korea presented features, applications, examples, and data quality of Scentroid DR1000 drone environmental monitoring.
Assessment of air quality has been traditionally conducted by ground based monitoring, and more recently by manned aircrafts and satellites. However, performing fast, comprehensive data collection near pollution sources is not always feasible due to the complexity of sites, moving sources or physical barriers.
Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (DRONE) equipped with Scentroid DR1000 Flying Lab, with different sensors have been introduced for air quality monitoring, as it can offer new approaches and research opportunities in air pollution and emission monitoring, as well as for studying atmospheric trends, such as climate change, while ensuring urban and industrial air safety.