Global Research Projects

ATMO® is helping collect data and conduct research for more than 100 scientific projects

Universities, governmental organisations and individual researchers choose our device for its accuracy, convenience, and reliability.

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The Brainteaser Project, funded by the European Commission through the Horizon2020 program, is utilizing Atmotube PRO to research amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis. The project involves multiple research groups analyzing clinical, environmental, and behavioral data using AI modeling to improve patient care. Partners include Instituto de Medicina Molecular, Università degli Studi di Torino, and others.

Europe

The USC's Center for Economic and Social Research is using Atmotube PRO for research under the Understanding America Study (UAS). The study examines factors that prompt households to adopt air quality sensors and track health and cognition in a longitudinal study. A pilot study in 2022 validated the technology's compliance. In 2023, 500+ people of all ages will use Atmotubes and complete monthly surveys.

North America

Atmo Hauts-de-France and its Belgian partners (ISSeP, VMM, and AwAC) used Atmotube PRO in the project called TransfAIR, co-financed by the European Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen programme. The project aims to create tools for managing air quality across borders in Flanders, Hauts-de-France, and Wallonia. Atmotube PRO was used for citizens' air quality monitoring education during the "AERO Adventure" game.

Europe

In 2020, the Clean Air Action Group (CAAG) conducted the “Citizen Science to Improve Air Quality” project where parents measured air quality on playgrounds for a year.

Europe

The SJEQ-D project, funded by the National Science Foundation, works with North Denver's Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Cole, and Clayton communities. Researchers from Colorado University (CU) Boulder and CU Denver are assessing construction disruptions' impact on the well-being, pollution, and mobility of community members who will carry Atmotube PRO air monitors for up to four months to monitor their PM2.5 exposure.

North America

A project Breathe Southern California is researching the impact of air quality on lung health through monitoring asthma sufferers' health in Pacoima, CA. The project is funded by the California Air Resources Board and is offering Atmotube air quality sensors and enabled inhalers to 50 participants. The study will overlay inhaler use with real-time air quality data to pinpoint potential exacerbation "hotspots".

North America

The University of Calgary is investigating the effects of residential proximity to fracking on child health. The study uses Atmotube to measure children's exposure to air pollutants over a week, while also assessing their cognitive, academic, and social-emotional functioning. The research aims to provide insights into the health risks associated with fracking and inform policies that protect children's health.

North America

GREEN-MPNA and UCI used Atmotube PRO to monitor air quality in Santa Ana, CA. The project was funded by the California Air Resources Board and aimed to increase awareness of environmental justice concerns in the area, determine how socioeconomic factors are connected to air quality, and determine if air pollution was primarily caused by industrial sources or traffic. Check the full report

North America

An undergraduate Environmental Studies class at Lewis & Clark College is using Atmotube PROs to provide a hands-on experience for students to practice research design, implementation, analysis, and communication. Using air quality observations and interview techniques, teams of students will craft a research question, implement their research design, and publish their results via an ArcGIS Storymap.

North America

Atmotube was part of a study by Desert Research Institute and partners to enhance fire detection using affordable air quality sensors. The research tested Atmotube's response to combustion products from spacecraft materials.The devices performed well in all fire emission tests, showing high correlation with PID measurements. Check the full report. Note: The current model of Atmotube doesn’t have a CO sensor.

North America

University du Québec à Chicoutimi is conducting a study on the environmental conditions of police officers who conduct bicycle patrols as part of a broader analysis of the effect work-related conditions have on officers' health and safety. Atmotube PROs will be used to gather information on their exposure to external factors like temperature, atmospheric conditions, etc., which will be linked with physiological variables.

North America

UCI Health used Atmotube PROs to monitor personal PM2.5 and VOC exposure during COVID-19 re-opening and California wildfires. The study evaluated exposure differences based on volunteers' housing activities i.e., smoking, cooking, cleaning, indoor ventilation system change, etc. Sensors captured spatial and temporal changes for each individual, as well as extreme elevation in both PM2.5 and VOC levels during wildfires.

North America
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Air Quality Monitors for Academic and Public Research

Atmotube PRO

Handheld air quality monitor for outdoor and indoor air quality testing:

  • Air pollution geomapping;

  • Evaluating personal air pollution exposure.

  • PM1, PM2.5, PM10

  • MEMS TVOC sensor with automatic calibration

  • Temperature, Humidity

  • Atmospheric pressure

  • Mobile App

  • GPS data is extracted from a paired mobile device

  • Cloud Storage

  • API

  • CSV Data Extraction

  • Bluetooth Low Energy

  • Battery powered (Up to 10 days)

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Atmocube

Stationary air quality and environmental monitor for indoor spaces:

  • Comprehensive environmental analysis;

  • Third party data integration.

  • PM1, PM2.5, PM10

  • MEMS TVOC sensor with automatic calibration

  • Formaldehyde, CO2

  • Temperature, Humidity

  • Atmospheric pressure

  • Ambient light intensity and Noise levels

  • Mobile App

  • Dashboard

  • Cloud Storage

  • API

  • CSV Data Extraction

  • Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n @ 2.4GHz)

  • Bluetooth LE, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB-A, RS-485

  • USB-C, direct wiring, PoE (3-hour backup battery)

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Air Quality Monitors for Academic and Public Research

AQMD Air quality monitor
Atmotube PRO — Wearable, portable air quality monitor and weather station
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Air Pollution Data

PM1, PM2.5, PM10 and VOCs measurements

Environmental Data

Temperature, humidity, barometric pressure

Long battery lifespan

Up to 10 days on a single charge in 15-min mode

Tested Accuracy

Sensor Performance Validation

Bluetooth API

Centralized access to AQ data

CSV
CSV Data Extraction

For easy analysis

Atmocube — Air quality monitoring for public, commercial and residential buildings
Atmocube — Air Quality Indoor Environmental Monitoring
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Air Pollution
Data

PM1, PM2.5, PM10, VOCs, CO2 and CH2O measurements

Environmental Data

Temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, noise levels, light intensity

API
REST
API

Centralized access to AQ data and seamless integration with third party platforms

Multiple Connectivity

USB-C, direct wiring and PoE

On-Device & Cloud Data Storage

Dashboard, alerts, reports and data access control

CSV
CSV Data Extraction

Get all data for easy analysis

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