"HAPADS: Highly Accurate and Autonomous Programmable Platform for Providing Air Pollution Data Services to Drivers and the Public"
has been founded under Norway grants.
Total amount: 6 648 075 PLN.
Funded from State Budget: 984 161,25 PLN (15%) under the Programme “Applied research”.
HAPADS: Highly Accurate and Autonomous Programmable Platform for Providing Air Pollution Data Services to Drivers and the Public" is ambitious project that will custom design and build a novel smart and autonomous air monitoring platform which, will enable end-users (drivers, transport companies, municipalities and the at-large public) to make information-driven decisions to mitigate air pollution exposure for the people. One of the objectives of the project is the development of novel detectors such as microwave-based NO2 sensor and time-delay-integration (TDI) image-based particulate matter (PM) sensor that can be used both in-vehicle and on-vehicle. Moreover, a programmable multiprocessor hardware for data acquisition and signal processing with parallel edge computing and deep learning algorithms support will be developed together with embedded software with air pollution calibration modeling and multi-objective optimization.