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Construction Industry Trend: Microsensor Technology for Air Pollution Monitoring


In response to the growing public concern about air quality in recent years, both the government and the public are paying increased attention to environmental monitoring at various construction sites and projects.


As a result, many construction sites and projects have implemented intelligent air pollution protection systems, installing microsensors on-site for real-time monitoring. In addition to sensor deployment, there is also a demand for the immediate public disclosure of relevant information. Against this backdrop, the iAeris3 micro-weather station not only meets these requirements but also provides more comprehensive and reliable data.


Monitoring Construction Site Environmental Quality

One of the primary functions of the iAeris3 micro-weather station is to monitor the environmental quality at construction sites. During construction projects such as building or road construction, regulatory personnel can use iAeris3 to track important parameters such as air quality, temperature, and humidity to ensure the health and safety of workers. Through real-time data collection and analysis, site managers can promptly take necessary measures to improve air quality, thereby not only safeguarding the health of workers but also avoiding adverse impacts on surrounding communities, achieving the goal of fostering good relations with neighbors.


In compliance with regulations

the government has introduced corresponding measures to raise awareness among construction sites regarding air pollution. For major construction sites, regulations require the installation of air monitoring facilities and signage. This enables timely monitoring of air quality changes during periods of heightened air pollution, allowing for immediate response to strengthen preventive measures and mitigate the impact on the health of sensitive groups. During periods of good air quality, it also allows site owners to review the adequacy of pollution control measures on-site.




Application Case Study Introduction

Construction companies have applied iAeris3 outdoor air quality detectors and micro-weather stations in numerous public and private projects, such as:


Restoration Project of the Southern Branch of National Palace Museum:



Taiwan Power Company's Transmission and Substation Engineering Construction.



Construction in Residential Areas


Installation of Products in the projects

iAeris3 Outdoor Air Quality Micro-Weather Station




  • Atmospheric Factors: Temperature, Humidity, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Rainfall, Noise, Illuminance

  • Air Quality Factors: PM2.5, PM10, CO2, TVOC, CO, O3, SO2, NO2, NH3, H2S

  • Connectivity: 4G, NB-IoT, WiFi, RS485

  • Power Supply: AC 110V~220V, DC 12V





The iAeris3 micro-weather station can also be paired with LED display boards to visually present real-time weather data at construction sites or surrounding areas, enhancing the visibility and transparency of information. This not only helps site managers and regulatory personnel promptly understand the environmental conditions at construction sites but also allows data to be publicly accessible to nearby communities and the general public, increasing the transparency of information and promoting social engagement and oversight.


If you have any questions or need further consultation regarding air quality solutions, please feel free to contact us at any time. We are happy to provide professional assistance and advice.











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