Our next-generation sensor is available for pre-order now and will begin shipping after field trials. The APS400 features a cartridge solution that makes replacing used sampling media with fresh much easier. Mounting solutions are expanded, and a smaller, lighter sensor opens up installation options.
• A stable WiFi internet connection (5 megabit or faster speed-tested at the site) or ethernet cable
• Household power (110v AC or 220v AC) with a weatherproof extension cord and plugs
• A mount free from vibration
• An area with free-flowing air that is not subject to unique concentrations of particulates (ie, under a pollenating tree)
Aerobiologists review data feeds and work with software and data scientists to improve algorithms.
Patterns in the location and timing of particulates are finicky. Sensors and statistics help.
Sensors upload images to the cloud to be processed for counting and identification.
Automated airborne-particle sensors sample the air for dust, mold and pollen continuously.
Microscopes in our sensors create a digital image of actual particles. This process is automated.