dnota consolidates its growth in the Balearic Islands
During this month of April, dnota has started the maintenance works of the air quality network of the Balearic Islands. Last December, the Government of the Balearic Islands awarded dnota the maintenance management tender for the next two years, which is also scheduled to be extended. dnota’s Air Quality business continues its expansion in the sector, and takes a step further by setting up in the Balearic Islands, opening its first office.
The Air Quality Monitoring Stations Network is composed of fixed stations in Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, as well as a mobile unit that moves to different locations in the islands, monitoring gases and particulate pollutants in the atmosphere, as well as meteorological sensors.
In addition to the measuring equipment itself, dnota also manages the information generated by the sensors distributed throughout the territory, ensuring the correct processing of data to obtain real-time information that is transferred to official bodies and the public.
Together with the information from the Balearic Government’s own stations, dnota integrates and processes the data generated by other air quality stations and atmospheric emissions control systems, owned by Endesa, Cemex, Tirme, Aena or the State Meteorological Agency.