To mitigate air pollution in the country, the Central Pollution Control Board has invited start-ups to make proposals for technological solutions that will help strengthen the ambient air quality monitoring network.

In a notification, the CPCB invited start-ups or companies working in the field of air quality monitoring and data management to express their interest online. It must be submitted by January 10.

” The CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) is seeking the participation of start-ups / companies in the field of developing reliable technologies for air quality monitoring and data management in order to strengthen the monitoring network of ambient air quality in various parts of the country, ” It said.

“These technologies can be used to identify hot spots, profile air quality, understand local sources by deploying them in a closed network, and raise awareness of air quality,” said the pollution monitoring body.

To discuss and analyze the use of various aspects of monitoring and data management, it was decided to organize meetings with start-ups or companies working in the field of monitoring the quality of data. air and data management, he said. As a result, the Central Pollution Control Board invites start-ups / companies working in the field of air quality monitoring and data management to express their interest online. A performance providing start-up information / job details can be uploaded to the CPCB website… Shortlisted start-ups / companies will be invited to a meeting / presentation, ” CPCB said.

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