Air Quality Networks: Data Analysis, Calibration & Data Fusion


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Air Quality Networks: Data Analysis, Calibration & Data Fusion Editors: Alena Bartonova, Saverio De Vito, Grazia Fattoruso, Kostas Kararzas Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Springer International Publishing AG
Illustrations and other contents: Approx. 350 p. Language: English ISBN: 9783031084751 Categories: , , ,

This volume offers expert contributions proposing new and recently set scientific standards for smart air quality (AQ) networks data processing, along with results obtained during field deployments of pervasive and mobile systems. The book is divided into 5 main sections; 1) future air quality networks, 2) general data processing techniques, 3) field deployments performances, 4) special applications, and 5) cooperative and regulatory efforts. The authors offer different sources of data for the production of trustworthy insights, including spatio-temporal predictive AQ maps meant to boost citizen awareness, and informed participation in remediation and prevention policies. Readers will learn about the best and most up-to-date practices for measuring and assessing air quality, while also learning about current regulatory statuses regarding air quality technology design and implementation. The book will be of interest to air quality regulatory agencies, citizen science groups, city authorities, and researchers and students working with air quality sensors and geostatistics.

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Author Biography

Saverio De Vito is a researcher at ENEA, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Engineering. He was a SW architect specializing in TLC/EO satellite platforms and their applications. His research interests include artificial olfaction & vision, smart cyber physical systems, intelligent sensing, pattern recognition, and computer-aided diagnosis. During last decade He was involved in the reasearch efforts for the development of scalable, reliable, accurate low cost air quality monitoring networks, innovating the urban air quality monitoring in smart cities while supporting citizens awareness and involvement through citizens science and urban innovation projects. He has participated in several international research projects and has authored more than 70 contributions. Grazia Fattoruso is a researcher at ENEA, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development. She is a geomatician with a PhD in Computer Science. Her research interests are in the fields of Geomatics, Spatial Statistics, Optimal sampling sensor placement, Numerical modeling, Spatially Distributed Sensors with several applications as Urban Air Quality management - site suitability map for networked sensors for urban AQ monitoring; urban air pollution mapping by opportunistic mobile monitoring. Photovoltaics - site suitability and solar potential (online) mapping for ground-mounted and integrated (buildings, agrivolatics) PV systems. Smart WAter Networks - patented innovative method and system for Cl and THMs concentrations monitoring in aqueducts. She has been involved in several EU and national research projects and She is (co)author of more than 70 scientific publications.