Air Quality

Air Quality Monitoring

Create real-time situational awareness

Your air quality monitoring manager

With the Air Quality module by Sinay you can create and configure your air quality monitoring projects in complete autonomy .
You can then monitor all of your air quality parameters (SO2, NO2, PM10 and much more), be alerted in real time when you exceed certain thresholds and generate automatic monitoring reports.


Simplify air pollution prevention

Save 12 months per report
to comply easily with regulations

Visualize your air quality indicators
in a user-friendly dashboard

Gather all your air quality projects
in one space to manage them

Create your projects with just a few clicks

Let us guide you to create
your environmental monitoring projects

Define your project area

Select your sensor and position them on a map

Connect your sensor
in just a click

Set your alert thresholds according to your specifications

Define your
project area

Select your sensor and position them on a map

Connect your sensor
in just a click

Set your alert thresholds according to your specifications

Define the area of your project

Select your station types and position them

Connect your stations to the module

Set your alert thresholds
according to your specifications

Go live and access real time monitoring of air quality

An intuitive and easy-to-use dashboard

Aggregate all your air monitoring projects

Our Air Quality Module allows you to manage air quality for each sensor in real time, depending on the pollutants you monitor. You can easily browse through the historical data over specific periods of time to bring out trends and patterns.
You can define your own thresholds parameters, and be notified in real time when they’re exceeded to make the best decisions.
Thanks to the real-time monitoring, you will be able to generate standardized or personalized reports and create your communication media.


The air quality parameters available in the Air Module are: 

  • SO2, to measure the Sulphur Dioxide 
  • NO2, to measure the concentration of Nitrogen Dioxide 
  • PM1, PM2.5and PM10 to measure the airborne particles depending of the diameter 

We are currently working on the native integration of a large number of sensorsPlease contact-us to let us know the sensor you use. 

For each parameters, you can set-up your specific thresholds for each air quality parameters (SO2, NO2, PM1, PM2.5, PM10) based on your requirements.

The Air Module is a “plug-and-play” solution.

If the sensor you use is avaialble in our catalog, you are able to set-up your project within 10 minutes if you know the position of each sensor, the type of sensor you use and the air quality parameters that you want to measure.
Otherwise, we can add any type of sensor to our catalog. In this case, the project set-up will take around 3 working days.

Let's solve your air quality challenges

Preventing air pollution

How does air pollution manifest itself?

The risks of air pollution come from several factors. First of all, the presence of industrial activity areas, such as factories or a port, leads to an increase in pollutants nearby. Second, living in an area with a high population concentration increases the density of pollutants in the ambient air. For example, cities in the United States such as New York or Los Angeles are particularly exposed. This is even more prominent during peak urban activity, when many vehicles are driving. As areas of activity and densely populated cities are often close to or inseparable, regular pollution peaks will occur and can increase over time if these events are not monitored. 

What are the health consequences?

Pollutants in the ambient air can have multiple daily consequences, including health. Fine particles is an ongoing risk because it damages respiratory capacity. In the long term, this increases the number of lung cancers and chronic diseases such as allergies for example. The larger and denser the city, the more these risks threaten the health of the inhabitants. 

How can air pollution be monitored?

To reduce the health consequences of air pollution, it must first be noted. To take the most effective measures to improve air quality, it must be measured. Using sensors spread over the areas to be monitored, it is possible to locate pollution peaks, identify critical schedules and the main pollutants. Once pollution is measured, appropriate action can be taken to improve air quality in activity areas, cities and preserve the health of residents.