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Sensly - A Smart, Portable Pollution Sensor For Your Home
LIV PI REVIEW – AIR-QUALITY MONITORING
PRODUCT REVIEW: AIR QUALITY SENSOR TEST RESULTS WITH RASPBERRY PI
E-nose sniffs opportunity for health monitoring https://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/research-news/e-nose-sniffs-opportunity-for-health-monitoring-2016-06/
Microbial volatile organic compounds as indicators of fungi. Can an electronic nose detect fungi in indoor environments?
First step to build on index to detect microbial volatile organic compounds emitted by moulds growing on building materials
Machine learning for the meta-analyses of microbial pathogens’ volatile signatures
Michael Madsen electronic nose:
New Electronic Noses Can Detect Pestides, nerve gas, cancer and sniff out passengers life dogs
Wireless e-Nose Sensor Node: State of the Art
How To Measure Particulate Matter With a Raspberry Pi
Configure and read out the Raspberry Pi gas sensor (MQ-X) https://tutorials-raspberrypi.com/configure-and-read-out-the-raspberry-pi-gas-sensor-mq-x/
Indoor environment pollution
In a similar idea to the alarmclock e.g. combining two inventions the alarm and the clock I would like to suggest a Li-Fi enabled air quality monitor that can be configured in a number of network configurations e.g. point-to -point, mesh and so on. This would be built on the rasberry pi platform initially.