Project Success Story: Design Enhancements of Mobile Air Monitoring System

A Humber research team is designing and developing a novel case for mobile air monitoring systems to collect environmental measurements. The project, Design Enhancements of Mobile Air Monitoring System, is led by Principal Investigator Sherif Hanna, professor in the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology (FAST), and Co-Investigator Shaun Ghafari, Associate Dean for the Advanced Manufacturing Cluster at Humber.  

The research team is collaborating with industry partner Ecosystem Informatics Inc. (ESI). The results of this project will help ESI overcome the limitations of traditional measurement techniques and offer a more accurate and reliable measurement alternative product. 

The research project received the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Engage grant ($25K) in 2022.  

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