SHAIR team members contribute to a piece on Molekule’s blog about the utility and limitations of consumer air quality sensors
BY Drew Hill, MPH, PhD
November 28, 2018
Air pollution affects everyone. Increasingly, people are using low-cost air quality sensors to measure this microscopic phenomenon. Can you trust the readings? The answer holds real-life implications, especially when it comes to your health.
Consumer-grade sensors are not yet as reliable as laboratory-grade sensors, and more research is required for them to become more reliable and accurate. But they can still offer value. This article explores the benefits and challenges of sensors and what you can learn from them today.
Click here for the full post on Molekule’s blog.