Indigenous AUM Photonic System developed to monitor Air Quality

Air Unique-quality Monitoring (AUM) Photonic System has been indigenously developed with the prime objective of real-time remote monitoring of air quality. The system has been developed by Prof. Rao Tatavarti, Director of Gayatri Vidya Parishad-Scientific and Industrial Research Centre & GVP College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam along with the support of Department of Science and Technology’s Clean Air Research Initiative. The system is portable, compact, low powered and economical. It works on plug and play system and do not require any setting uptime.

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The Air Unique-quality Monitoring has the capability to identify, classify, and quantify various pollutants simultaneously (of orders of less than one part per billion) including meteorological parameters, with very high precision, sensitivity as well as accuracy. All of this will be achieved with the help of inculcated principles of laser backscattering, statistical mechanics, optoelectronics, artificial intelligence, machine/deep learning, as well as Internet of Things.

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