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A sensor is a device that measures physical input from its surroundings and converts it into data that can be analysed by humans or machines.A sensor is a tool that generates an output signal in order to detect a physical phenomena.
In its broadest sense, a sensor is any device, module, machine, or subsystem that monitors its surroundings and transmits information to other electronics, typically a computer processor.
The Uganda Sensors Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Scientists from Uganda crea
ted inexpensive sensors to track air pollution. In an effort to combat the escalating levels of air pollution, Ugandan researchers have created low-cost air quality monitoring devices that function in harsh environments and will enable Uganda to replace pricey imported monitors.
This data is then analysed using machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies before being put onto a cloud-based service that the general public and customers may access via a mobile application.
Because it was not made to withstand the local climate, the equipment regularly broke down and required expensive maintenance.Uganda’s efforts to combat rising air pollution are being aided by these inexpensive sensors.
Dust from unpaved roads, the usage of wood fuel, automobile and industry pollutants, and open burning of solid waste are the main sources of pollution in Kampala.
The monitoring equipment from AirQo is put all around the city, in places like homes, schools, and motorcycle taxis.
The equipment is built to operate in harsh environments, such as intense heat and dust, and it is fuelled by both grid-connected electricity and solar energy, so it can continue to function even when power supplies are disrupted.
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