According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the installed base of urban air quality monitoring devices reached 73,000 units in 2020 and will grow at a CAGR of 34 percent to reach 315,000 units in 2025.

Levi Ostling, smart cities analyst at Berg Insight, said: “Many cities have now finally started to realize the immense value that IoT-enabled and relatively low-cost and small-sized air quality monitors could bring by facilitating substantial improvements in the spatial and temporal resolution of urban air quality data.”

The range of devices available in the market span from near reference-grade solutions to very low-cost devices with little to none supporting software and services.

Recent advances in the types of gas sensors available have created new opportunities for engineering smart products that can consider the air quality, thus providing more information to users as well as directing control over our air quality.

Lysistech is offering a range of custom developed Environmental Monitoring Systems with End to End connectivity.