Monitoring of air quality with smart sensors in the ports of the Balearic Islands

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   P48I3 The ESPO Environmental Report 2018 (European Sea Ports Organization) continues to classify air quality as the main priority in the environmental management of European ports, a position that it has maintained since 2013.

   Aware of this, the APB has been working intensely since the year 2016 to know the level of air quality of its ports, as well as the possible relationship with the port activity that takes place in them, in alignment with the Environmental Policy of the APB.

   A. Torres1, R. Cerdá1, J. Martín2, M. Escribano3

1 Labaqua S.A. Alicante (Spain)

2 Autoridad Portuaria de Baleares (APB) Palma (Spain)

3 Kunak Technologies. Pamplona (Spain)

 

   Competing interests: The author has declared that no competing interests exist.

   Academic editor: Carlos N Díaz.

   Content quality: This paper has been peer reviewed by at least two reviewers. See scientific committee here

   Citation: A. Torres, R. Cerdá, J. Martín, M. Escribano, 2019, Monitoring of air quality with smart sensors in the ports of the Balearic Islands, OLORES19 Conference, Santiago, Chile, www.olores.org.

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   Keyword: Smart monitoring, low cost sensor, dispersion modeling, backtracking, air quality


Abstract

    The ESPO Environmental Report 2018 (European Sea Ports Organization) continues to classify air quality as the main priority in the environmental management of European ports, a position that it has maintained since 2013. Aware of this, the APB has been working intensely since the year 2016 to know the level of air quality of its ports, as well as the possible relationship with the port activity that takes place in them, in alignment with the Environmental Policy of the APB.

   This commitment to advanced environmental management has led the APB to deploy a network of 25 intelligent monitoring units in the 5 ports of the Balearic Islands (Spain) that it manages: Palma, Alcúdia, Eivissa, La Savina and Maó.

   The project involves the supply and deployment of the monitoring network and the rest of its operation services and advanced data management and analysis, with the deployment of consultation platforms and the integration of a monitoring dashboard on the website of the APB. These monitoring networks aim to give continuity to the APB project to assess the impact of air quality in urban areas near the ports of the Balearic Islands, and have an early warning system for pollution to make decisions.

 

 

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