6/22/2013 EPA Village Green Project Ribbon Cutting

Posted on: June 19th, 2013 by Elaine Loyack

10:00 – 10:30 AM, Durham South Regional Library, Durham, NC:   Scientists from EPA ”are developing a prototype solar-powered air quality measurement system with wireless communications for transmitting real-time data to a web platform. The Village Green monitor will essentially be a park bench with solar panels. Air quality monitoring sensors contained within the bench and controlled by sophisticated computer programs will enable for near-instantaneous collection and reporting of environmental data to a publically-available website.  For more information, check out “Village Green Project:  What’s In Our Air?”

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