Air Quality Emissions 2022: South Coast Science to Exhibit

The 12th annual AQE conference is on 12th - 13th October and we’re expecting much of the conversation to be about air quality regulations and compliance. 

The big questions for the industry and its customers are how UK & international regulations will evolve to tackle the threat of air pollution and what regulations will be introduced to raise the calibre of low-cost instruments. The first session of the two days on “Government, Standards and Testing” will certainly set the tone for the second day.

The team at South Coast Science will be at stand F7 and look forward to meeting you in the exhibition hall to talk about our approach to standards, including our recent achievement of MCERTS certification for the Praxis/Urban (particulate monitoring).

Talk to us about: Can I rely on data from commercial air quality monitors?

The biggest challenge for customers is understanding exactly what you get from an air quality monitor, when there’s not yet any formal standards for comparing hardware and data output. This applies whether you’re part of a Local Authority, an industry with AQM compliance requirements or a utility with heavy traffic (like ports or harbours). For a non-scientist, it’s impossible to objectively evaluate and compare each manufacturer’s claims.

At South Coast Science, we set ourselves a mission to provide a precision air quality monitoring solution at an affordable price. With our products certified by competent and independent 3rd-party organisations, this removes the guesswork for the customer. 

We’d like you to see our products in action and we’ll have a Praxis/Cube monitor set up at the Conference Centre with output to a real-time data dashboard on our stand. 

Bruno Beloff, CEO, speaking at AQE

South Coast Science CEO and founder, Bruno Beloff, will be sharing his talk “How to deliver small sensor devices that are consistently accurate” on day 1 of the Conference (Weds 12th Oct) from 13:15 - 13:45.

“Modelling with gas electrochemical sensors brings its own challenge … The model output is precise, but can a ML model that had been trained using one, collocated sensor be applied to others without loss of accuracy? In other words, can a model be calibrated to each specific sensor in each instrument?”

- Bruno Beloff, speaking about accuracy of gas electrochemical sensors for AQM.

“Our Praxis/Urban product is in a strong position to provide what customers are looking for in a modern instrument, as we now have independent certification through MCERTS. This, combined with the work we’re doing on collocation studies around the world, gives us plenty of substance with which to join the debate at AQE next month.”

- David Johnson, Sales Director at South Coast Science

Come and meet us at AQE

  • Location: Telford International Centre, Telford, Shropshire
  • Stand no: F7
  • Register for your free ticket via the AQE website. 

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