An exclusive Specialist Summit hosted on the Varysian Network.

 

AIR QUALITY MONITORING

13:00pm - 18:45pm (GMT)

13th July 2021

What is a Specialist Summit?

Hydromet Network’s Specialist Summits are designed to drill down into emerging, highly relevant and timely topics. Taking subject areas that are vital to our core audience of NMHS, as well as closely aligned groups - including Government agencies, weather-sensitive private businesses, NGOs, key funders and others.

With delegates carefully screened for relevance each Specialist Summit will take a comprehensive look at an issue’s problems and solutions using a series of product demonstrations; technical lectures; workshops and case studies. Over the two-day gathering, there will also be an opportunity to schedule private virtual meetings.

Why attend?

The Hydromet Network’s new event, Specialist Summit: Air Quality Monitoring Systems, is a two-day virtual gathering designed to educate participants on the latest thinking, partnerships, technology, policy and infrastructure in the growing space of air quality (AQ) monitoring.

What will we discuss?

The need for air quality and pollution monitoring, particularly for urban and suburban areas, as well as aerosol and bio-aerosol - like pollen - monitoring has grown enormously over the last decade. Smart city environments demand ultra-precise air quality monitoring systems. Increased EU, national and international regulations and demands for higher AQ standards continue to push AQ technology and methodology to the fore.

Who will attend?

Urban planners, environment agencies, highway and road administrations and NMHS will network with solution service providers and leading experts in the AQ field.

 

  • National Meteorological & Hydrological Services (NMHS)

  • Urban planners

  • Environment Agencies

  • Transportation, Traffic and Highway Authorities

  • Local and Regional Government departments

  • Weather-sensitive private businesses

  • Key funders like the World Bank and Green Climate Fund

  • NGOs and IGOs

  • Research bodies, academics, universities

 

“My first virtual conference... The world has just become smaller and more accessible.”

James Logan, OneRain (AEM group)

"Thanks again for a revolutionary and dynamic symposium with riveting themes, presentations and atmosphere."

John Smith, CEO, Civil Aviation Authority, Turks & Caicos

"The system worked smoothly: video and audio quality were excellent.

Groundbreaking – well done!"

 

Andrew White, Comptus

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