Ricardo provide evaluation of low cost air quality sensors
Ricardo Energy and Environment played a pivotal role in evaluating low cost sensors in Oxford. Working with key partners: Oxford City Council and City Councillors, University of Oxford and Apertum, we assessed the performance of portable sensors in a range of operating modes: fixed, walking, cycling and in-vehicle. We also engaged with local communities and schools via a programme of consultation studies and workshops, to understand public perception of AQ issues, how they could measure for themselves and mitigation strategies. Details of this comprehensive study can be downloaded at: https://www.oxair.org/outputs.