The Faculty of Engineering at Chulalongkorn University has launched cusense.net, a website that provides data for air quality monitoring nationwide. The website was initially a resource to help monitor the air quality during the PM2.5 crisis earlier in the year.
The Faculty has also partnered with CAT Telecom to thread air quality reports via Twitter. The data gathered is pulled from the air pollution sensors in Nan province and several other areas in Bangkok.
Visit cusense.net to learn more about the air quality monitoring website or follow @foonreport for a quick check of the air quality around you.