Monitoring

Air Quality Data, Monitoring and Modelling

Atmospheric measurements are made from a range of ground-based, aircraft and satellite platforms using a suite of instruments. Our multi-sensor approach, underpinned by data analytics and embedded air quality spatial-data layers produces an air quality monitoring eco-system.

Airborne Air Quality Mapper

A revolutionary instrument for high resolution mapping of NO2 and aerosol concentration using spectroscopic techniques – in partnership with Bluesky.

PODs (Pollution Observing Device)

Small, low-cost, sensors for mobile monitoring of air quality including focussed local monitoring, emission inventories, biometric sensing, personal exposure to emissions.

Equipment on lab bench
Dr Roland Leigh with early prototypes of the University of Leicester’s small air quality monitoring devices.
Local Air Quality Management

Supporting local authorities to review and assess air quality.

Intelligent Traffic Management

Techniques to reduce emissions through dynamic traffic management.

CityScan and 3D Tomography

Unique, ground-based monitoring capability to map NO2 and other air pollutants.

Fixed ground-based and mobile facilities

For comparison, calibration and validation of instruments and materials.

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Contact

General enquiries
airqualityinnovations@
le.ac.uk

William Wells, Business Development Manager
ww88@le.ac.uk
07810 658729

Alison Riding, Consultancy & Analytical Services Manager
Alison.Riding@le.ac.uk
0116 229 7983