By Euro Weekly News Media • 27 January 2015 • 14:04
MALAGA City postmen and women’s trolleys are going to be used to collect information on air pollution thanks to Correos’ Urban Mobile Sensor project.
Sensors with eight-hour batteries and internet connection, placed in damp-proof boxes inside the trolleys, will gather information on temperature, air pressure and humidity and presence of harmful gases, which will be transmitted to a server accessible by the council and members of the public.
The project aims to supplement data gathered in traditional monitoring centres rather than replacing it.
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