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Comparative Analysis of Air Pollution Measurements between Compact Mobile Sensors and Standardized Laboratory Methods

Natalia Dinkelaker 1, Aziza Oripova 1, Ivan Berman 1, Igor Pantiukhin 1, Iuliia Zavialova 1, and Vitaly Bulatov 2
1. ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2. Decentralized Technology Inc., Wilmington, USA
Abstract—The article is devoted to the comparison of laboratory methods for measuring the concentration of gases in the air and methods using compact sensors mounted on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Among the gases studied are carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxide. The description of the tested sensors (Gas analyser GANK-4, aspirator PU-4E, spectrophotometer PE-5400VI, Libelium Waspmote Gas Sensors PRO), measurement methods and equipment for the flight mission are presented. Special attention is paid to the influence of meteorological parameters on the measured concentration. Finally, measurement results are compared with the recommended indices of the content of the investigated gases. 
 
Index Terms—air pollution, environmental monitoring, gas detection, robot sensing systems, unmanned aerial vehicle

Cite: Natalia Dinkelaker, Aziza Oripova, Ivan Berman, Igor Pantiukhin, Iuliia Zavialova, and Vitaly Bulatov, "Comparative Analysis of Air Pollution Measurements between Compact Mobile Sensors and Standardized Laboratory Methods," International Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering & Telecommunications, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 314-319, November 2019. Doi: 10.18178/ijeetc.8.6.314-319
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