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BSPCB to instal 50 low cost IoT based sensors in Patna

Patna , June 13 (UNI) Bihar State Pollution Control Board (BSPCB) is installing 50 low-cost IoT based sensors to monitor the “Hyperlocal Mapping of Air Pollution and Green House Gas Emission project in Patna”.
Chairman BSPCB D.K. Shukla, discussed the details of the project with the Resident Representative AI, UNDP-INDIA Isabelle Tschan during a meeting on Thursday. They also discussed the issue of Air Pollution in the City of Patna.
Shukla emphasized the need for scientific analysis of data collected by the Sensors in a time-bound manner so that immediate action can be taken for mitigation of the Hyperlocal sources.
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