Analyzing and visualisation of indoor airpollution

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 5 (2020), Issue 1, pg(s) 3-6

    The exposure on high concentrations of PM particles causes various serious diseases such as cardiovascular, respiratory related diseases and cancer as discovered in more scientific studies. According to experts, there is no immediate victory for pollution, but action must be taken, as this problem cannot wait for future times and generations. In this paper, we will analyze air pollution with PM10 and PM2.5 in indoor urban areas (apartments, workplaces, etc.). This will help the competent authorities to model an urban development plan, traffic density and air quality measures for the population that spends most of the day in an indoor environment. Another benefit would be to obtain information from the results of the online indoor monitoring – to decide whether purifiers should be purchased to reduce air pollution in permissible limits. Visual modeling with GIS (interpolation) gives a dynamic visual representation of the indoor space, clearly showing which parts of the place are polluted and accordingly take action.