(Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)
Environmental monitoring
Checking the level of carbon dioxide (CO2) and air temperature in the cabin of a passenger vehicle serves to preserve the health of passengers and improve transportation conditions.
The temperature regime can be adjusted automatically, taking into account the weather conditions on the route, data on which come from the Internet.
Monitoring the level of carbon dioxide allows the driver and the tracking system to quickly monitor the oxygen saturation of the atmosphere inside the vehicle.
The weather station can be installed on buses, trams, making them mobile weather stations.
Weather station
Fine particle air pollution:
  • PM2.5
  • PM10

Gas composition: 12 parameters
  • CO, CO2, SO2, NO2
  • O2, O3, H2
  • H2S, CH4, NH3
  • VOC
  • HCHO
What do we measure?

Basic parameters:
  • temperature
  • air pressure
  • humidity
  • precipitation
  • illumination
  • noise
  • vibration