New Technology Will Map Out Pollution In 3D During The London Olympics

New Technology Will Map Out Pollution In 3D During The London Olympics

An advanced instrument can better measure how extra traffic affects air quality.

Yi Chen
  • 3 may 2012

A group of researchers from the University of Leicester will be implementing a new technology that can monitor how extra traffic during the London Olympics would impact pollution levels. The CityScan device can show comprehensive air quality readings for  every point of the city, including roads, playgrounds, and buildings. In addition, rather than displaying data for a single point, it can map out pollution levels and how its spread in 3D.

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