Reliable Long-Term Data from Low-Cost Gas Sensor Networks in the Environment†
AbstractThis poster examines long-term performance of low-cost instruments in environmental networks using a semiconducting oxide sensor measuring ground-level ozone (O3). Sensors were placed outside in networks and automated methodologies based on knowledge of sensor and environment characteristics were successfully applied to confirm sensor stability. These networks demonstrated how environmental data could be collected and confirmed using networks of low-cost sensors, which supplemented observations from the existing regulatory network. This work is a critical step in the development of networks of low-cost environmental sensors when considering the delivery of reliable data.
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Miskell, G.; Salmond, J.; Grange, S.; Weissert, L.; Henshaw, G.; Williams, D. Reliable Long-Term Data from Low-Cost Gas Sensor Networks in the Environment. Proceedings 2017, 1, 400.
Miskell G, Salmond J, Grange S, Weissert L, Henshaw G, Williams D. Reliable Long-Term Data from Low-Cost Gas Sensor Networks in the Environment. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):400.Chicago/Turabian Style
Miskell, Georgia; Salmond, Jennifer; Grange, Stuart; Weissert, Lena; Henshaw, Geoff; Williams, David. 2017. "Reliable Long-Term Data from Low-Cost Gas Sensor Networks in the Environment." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 400.
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