LCSQA participation in the European colloquiums on micro-sensors

Two important events on the subject of micro-sensors recently took place during which the LCSQA central air quality laboratory presented its papers.

These were the European colloquium “low cost sensors and microsystems for environment monitoring” held at Toulouse by NanoSen-AQM on 20 and 21 May 2019, and the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Sensors France workshop held at ESIREM (Graduate School of Materials Engineering / Sustainable Development and Computer Science / Electronics) in Dijon on 23 and 24 May 2019.

Ineris took part to present the technological potential of sensing technology for air quality as well as work done in the context of LCSQA plus the results from the first national field suitability testing of gas and particle micro-sensors for outdoor ambient air quality measurement in fixed locations (more).

See the detailed program for the 2 events: