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by Softconcept_Africa |
September 29, 2016 15:29 |
I'm an entrepreneur in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) and I want to put some dustduino boxes around Abidjan. How can I order it?
This might be a question for @Willie who developed the DustDuino project.
@mathew has a nice overview of optical dust sending here and towards the bottom lists some of the different sensors and monitors on the market.
What are the sources of particulate matter your interested in? and what are you hoping that the data produced from these monitors will tell you?
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