Airveda presents an affordable, and accurate air quality monitor designed and manufactured in India, for the Indian context. The monitor connects to an app on your phone to help you know and manage the quality of air you are breathing. By simply using the monitor, you will help map real-time air quality data in our cities, and enable effective policy making around air pollution.
Airveda PM2.5, PM10 Air Quality Monitor
I know what I
MAKES THE INVISIBLE
It makes visible the tiny, invisible
particles smaller than 2.5 microns(PM2.5)
and 10 microns(PM10) in the air that go
deep into our lungs causing irreversible
It is laser based as opposed to less accurate infrared based sensors, tested and calibrated against best of class products, and has proven to match accuracy at much more affordable pricing.
PORTABLE & PERSONAL
Its small size (11*11*6cm), long battery life , and ability to be charged using any USB power outlet in your car and laptop makes it extremely portable .
You can connect the monitor to wifi at home, work or your personal hotspot while on the go which allows you to view data on the web, or in your mobile app no matter where you are.
MAKE BETTER LIFESTYLE DECISIONS
We will be able to make decisions
like where to live, work, exercise,
and send our children to school
based on location specific data.
We will know when to exercise outside, open windows, or send children outdoors by viewing data. We will be aware of how our behaviours, such as burning incense or candles, using chemical based cleaning and beauty products, can impact the indoor air quality.
INVEST IN EFFECTIVE
We will know to what extent we can
improve the indoor air quality by
taking natural measures, such
as plants for purifying air.
Monitoring air quality can also help us decide whether we should invest in an air purifier, how effective is our current purifier, and when to clean or change the filters. We will also be able to decide if we need to buy masks for our family and when to wear them.
Because people, not
government alone, can bring real change.
I Pledge for Clean Air.
Change Our Own
Data helps us become aware of how our own behaviours, such as burning crackers during wedding processions or driving diesel vehicles, impacts air quality. The government will also be able to institute policies effectively only if the citizens are willing to participate.
Armed with data about air quality in
our own surroundings, we can educate
and work with people in our community
and work space to take simple, yet
effective measures, for improving air
quality, such as carpooling for
dropping children to school.
The city level air quality data
will allow researchers, urban
designers and planners, to develop new
and innovative solutions that are
effective at the city level, which
will inform effective policy making.