Make your own PM2.5 sensor at the VIII Colombian Congress and International Conference on Air Quality and Public Health!

Daniel Bernal, co-founder of the citizen science platform to monitor air quality, CanAirIO, and part of Cos4Cloud team, will explain in this webinar how to build a low-cost personal PM 2.5 monitor. Nowadays, low-cost devices are an essential tool to estimate exposure to pollution, and this is an opportunity to build and have one.

Daniel will teach how to build the device with a “Sensorion SPS30” sensor, MCERTS certified, making it the only low-cost sensor with international certifications in the market.
It will be developed in person at the facilities of the Universidad Sergio Arboleda (Bogotá) and all materials will be provided. The attendee will keep his/her own built device.

More information here (in Spanish)