Air quality changes several times a day due to various factors contributing to it. AQI India pollution monitoring device measures these ambient particulate matters like PM 2.5 & PM 10, transmitting real-time data to our server. Once the data is generated, you have the access to the real-time AQI value of any location on our website: www.WIRELESS4UIN. You can also view the live stream of the location that will help you compare between a good AQI day and a bad one.
We regularly measure particulate matter in the air. The values here are very high, , when weather conditions are very dry and hot, and many fields burn. These factors negatively affect the quality of the air.
What is particulate matter?
Particulate matter is fine dust or very small particles in the air. A distinction is made between PM10 and PM2.5: PM10 refers to particles that are smaller than 10m; PM2.5 refers to particles that are smaller than 2.5m. The smaller the particles i.e., anything smaller than 2.5m the more dangerous they are to one's health, as they can penetrate into the alveoli and impact the respiratory system.