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Chang Mai publishes line robot to alert against high air contamination
The CHIANG MAI has introduced the first air pollutant management system and established a People's AQI (Air Qualitiy Index), which allows the user to obtain real-time air pollutant alerts. Scientists from three North American institutions - Chiang Mai University, Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna and Mae Fah Luang University - have teamed up with the Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce to create a line robot named "Dustbot" to alert smart phone operators in Chiang Mai County to concentrations of dusts that are outside secure boundaries.
Today it is formally put into operation and is Thailand's first air quality alarm system. Interacts with specified reply message recipients and allows recipients to configure an AQI to warn them if the levels of particulate matter rise above a certain point. 11 sensing workstations are being installed in Chiang Mai hospital to detect PM10 and PM2.5 particulates with an mean particle size of 10 microns and 2.5 microns, respectively.
Chiang Mai University's Climate Change Datacenter (CCDC) Director, Sate Sampattagul, said that pollutant sensor datasets are computed using the methodology of the Pollution Control Department (PCD) into an AQI and then actualized in real-time on the center's website and the Dustboy-bottle.
We hope that the contamination sensing station throughout the North will be placed on an "open database " so that all parties can interoperate with it. By developing this user-friendly air quality control programme, he wants to increase general visibility and help humans better avoid adverse effects of turbidity.
Meanwhile, the CCDC showed that from 8 am PM2.5 in Chiang Mai was 83.13 microgrammes per m3 of air, while AQI was 133, which was regarded as damaging to people. The PM2.5 value in Chiang Mai peaked at 80.06 microgramm according to recordings of this week's average values from the PMCD last time.
There was a serious fume issue in the provinces and a sharp rise in the number of hot spots in the area. On Tuesday, the Thailand Fire Monitoring System of the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency discovered 17 hot spots. The Governor of Chiang Mai County, Pawin Chamniprasart, has already called on the regional government in the areas that were among the hot spots to find a way to solve the issue.
Related reports from the General Manager of the Royal Regenmaking and Agricultural Aviation Departments, Surasee Kittimonthon, said that the unit had found the new way to alleviate the northern pollution issue. The regeneration process was adapted to changing climatic circumstances which cause the build-up of airborne particulates.
Sura Sea said that the rain aircraft would scatter dried air over the tropsphere to keep the temperatures low and to remove the hot imperial coating that encloses the particulate matter in the lower part of the air.