Therefore, it is important to monitor climatological indicators along with air pollution levels. This makes it possible to identify patterns, trends and causal relationships, which is crucial for making informed decisions on environmental policies, pollution control measures and public health protection.
At dnota we offer a wide range of meteorological monitoring equipment that is combined with our air quality cabinets. This equipment allows us to collect accurate, real-time data on weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, rainfall, solar radiation, wind direction and wind speed.
This information is essential for a better understanding of air pollution and for taking effective measures to reduce it.