“I want to talk about the global pandemic that's underway and how we can solve it together. It's a major health challenge and yet just a few people are talking about it. However, it kills seven million people worldwide every year.

It attacks our breath, our health, it undermines our well-being, it affects all of us, every single one of us, it’s all around us and yet because we don't see it, we choose to ignore it.”

(Source : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKBVwX8dVhI)

Did you never ask yourself, why have you often some headache, sore throat, stinging eyes and respiration problems? And why people talk so often about lung cancer?

Our project is developed around the cause of all these problems à Air pollution.

Think about this breathing air above our streets of our cities, of our work spaces, and of our homes. The air quality of everywhere we are can become dangerous if we ignore it.

Now it's time to talk about it and find a way to solve it together.

In this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKBVwX8dVhI (TEDx event – conference)

Romain Lacombe, Head of Innovation and Development of Etalab (data.gouv.fr) in 2011 to 2014, and now, founder and CEO of Plumes Labs, made an appeal to scientist and start-up to involve on the collect of air quality data, to share it to all for our health. All these data can improve our life, improve our scientists’ research.

Hence, it gives us, my higher education establishment, my team and me, the idea to develop our proper air quality monitor that we call AirMo.

In the following parties, we will present you a tutorial explaining all the development about our AirMo.

We will start with the board and components that we used, then the wireless communication technology, and finally, we will present to how to use the back-end platform, the bridge and the front-end platform (also named light mode)

Step 1: AirMo's Components

- STM32 Nucleo-L476RG

- Rechargeable lithium ion battery

- Solar Plate (sol3W)

- LiPo Rider Pro (106990008)

- Sigfox Module (akene TD1208)

- Grove – « Air Quality » sensor <----- Analog

- Grove – « Light » sensor <----- Analog

- Grove - « Temperature and Humidity » sensor <----- Digital

- Alcohol and gas sensor (MQ-3) <----- Analog

- Large dust particles sensor (GP2Y1010AU0F) <------------ Analog && Digital

- Adapter for dust sensor (DRF0280)

<p>I wish I had one of these. I have always wondered about the air quality in my city.</p>
<p>Now, with this &quot;instructable&quot;, you can create your own one :D Cheers! </p>

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