SENSIT Technologies News

Product Launch: Air Quality Monitoring Stations

Today we celebrate the availability of two new products!

SENSIT® RAMP is a real-time air monitoring and pollution data management platform. Designed for the research community, regulatory agencies, environmental compliance and industrial applications, SENSIT® RAMP is capable of monitoring up to five gaseous chemical pollutants, temperature, humidity, particulate matter, and meteorological conditions.

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Dr. Jacob Melby (left) and Dr. Jason Gu (right) join SENSIT CEO Scott Kleppe to bring air quality monitoring technologies to our portfolio. RAMP & SPOD sensors remotely detect pollution and other environmental hazards.

Electrochemical sensors offer parts per billion resolution for CO, NO, NO2, O3, and SO2 gases. An integrated PM2.5 particulate matter sensor measures pollutants in the atmosphere. Other features include internal SD storage, optional solar charging and global cellular integration for remote operation. Additional instrumentation may be integrated via four I/O ports on the side of the unit.

Also available is the SENSIT® SPOD:

SENSIT® SPOD is a solar-powered sensor system that combines wind and air pollutant concentration measurements to detect and help locate the source of emissions VOC emission. SENSIT® SPOD is designed for near-fence line applications where localized emissions may be present. This Next Generation Air Measurement (NGAM) sensor offers real-time continuous monitoring and direct-reading, without laboratory analysis at a lower cost than traditional methods.

To learn more about our Air Quality Monitoring Stations, visit: Air Quality Monitors

SENSIT Technologies developers win EPA Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge

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Sensor developers Jason Gu and Bryan Tomko of SenSevere and SENSIT Technologies along with R. Subramanian of Carnegie Mellon University, received the first place award for the EPA Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge. EPA and partners presented awards to the winners at the Air Sensors International Conference on Sept. 12, 2018, in Oakland, California.

About the Challenge:

In 2017, EPA and five other federal agencies issued a Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge to improve smoke monitoring and provide data to protect public health. EPA’s federal partners are the U.S. Forest Service, NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and National Park Service (NPS).

The winners of the Challenge used emerging technologies including miniaturized direct-reading sensors, compact microprocessors, and wireless data communications to develop prototypes for measuring smoke from wildland fires.

The air sensor prototypes submitted underwent rigorous two-phase laboratory testing by EPA and the US Forest Service (USFS), a federal partner, for accuracy over a wide range of operation requirements relevant for wildland fire deployment.

More information on the Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge is available at:


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Sept. 15-17, 2019
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