Any air quality-monitoring program is likely to involve a significant investment of resources and this needs be recognized at the outset. The correct selection of equipment and operational procedures is essential to ensure that these resources are not wasted and that the results obtained fulfil the original requirements for the monitoring exercise.
Scentroid OdoTracker is a wearable multi-sensor device that measures the concentrations of two chemicals in ambient air at the same time. The chemicals to be measured by the device are specified at the time of ordering. For example the user may specify the measurement of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) in ppb level and Ammonia (NH3) in ppm level. The wearable instrument logs the chemical measurements as well as temperature and humidity of the sample, GPS location and automatically transfers all data to the user’s supplied smart Android device via Bluetooth.