From 10 - 12 May 2022 South Coast Science will be exhibiting at SENSOR+TEST. This event is one of the major international scientific forums for sensors, measuring and testing technologies.
The team will showcase the Praxis/Urban and the award winning Praxis/OPCube (Best Gas & PM Measurement Solution 2021, British Made Awards). They are looking forward to meeting researchers and other professionals from across the globe to discuss new and emerging technologies.
Visitors to the stand will be able to see a live air quality feed showing data from both Nuremberg city centre and from the exhibition hall. Bruno Beloff, CEO, and David Johnson, Sales Director, will be available to answer questions and discuss the latest innovations in ambient air quality monitoring.
“We are excited to be attending SENSOR + TEST: the biggest and most prestigious trade fair in Europe for sensing & measurement products. “I’m very interested to find out how the air quality in Nuremberg city centre will compare with the monitoring data from the exhibition centre itself.”
David Johnson, Sales Director at South Coast Science
Independently validated air quality monitoring data
South Coast Science instruments use Alphasense small sensor technology, combined with independently validated error correction algorithms.
The Praxis products are currently going through the final stages of the MCERTS approval process and have been extensively tested via collocation with reference instruments, offering third-party evaluation of their data output.
Award winning monitor (Praxis/OPCube) specification:
- Robust – designed for long-term outdoor deployments
- Compact: 154x154x130mm, 2kg
- Local microSD card data storage and 4G mobile comms as standard
- Equipped with sensor for gas (selectable) + particulates + T + rH
- Battery back-up in the event of power loss
- Same open source design and data dashboard as Praxis/Urban
Meet South Coast Science at SENSOR + TEST 2022
Find us at stand 1-650 from 10-05-2022 to 12-05-2022.
If you’ve not yet booked tickets to attend you can do so on the S+T website.
Find out more about South Coast Science on their member profile page here