We're Exhibiting at the Air Quality & Emissions Show 2018!

Updated: Jul 24, 2019

After the success of last year’s Air Quality and Emissions Show, we are delighted to take the stage again this year to talk about all things air quality.

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We are excited to be attending, presenting and sharing highlights with you all!

Come visit us at Stand 3 at the Telford International Centre on the 21st and 22nd of November.

You can also attend our workshop on national air quality monitoring in Room 2 from 13:30 – 14:00 on the 21st and 22nd of November. Technical Director Prof. Roland Leigh will be exploring: “The novel technology behind a new national monitoring capability”. Book now to avoid disappointment!

We also have EXCLUSIVE VIP tickets to give away to our invited guests! With full access to all of the exhibitions, conferences and programmes at both the Air Quality Emissions (AQE) and the Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring event (WWEM). Email us at info@earthsense.co.uk to get your free VIP ticket to AQE, we would love to hear from you!

We're attending AQE 2018!

Why AQE?

We really found our time at AQE 2017 to be incredibly valuable in networking, meeting clients and exchanging ideas with other innovators.

There was no question that we would be attending again this year.

AQE 2018 promises to bring together air quality experts, academics, businesses and stakeholders under one roof. This year, three members of the team will be on hand to meet attendees and answer questions.

  • Tom Hall – Managing Director

  • Prof Roland Leigh – Technical Director

  • Kumar Pancholi – Principal Business Development Manager

We’re looking forward to meeting air quality colleagues at AQE and discussing the latest EarthSense developments, from static and mobile sensors to our newest data products.

The EarthSense portfolio of products is expanding and our library of successful case studies is growing ever faster – we look forward to our busiest show yet!

Helping you see the invisible at AQE 2018

Air pollution is a serious and global problem. One of the reasons it is so difficult to manage is because it is an invisible threat. This means that in order to reduce it, you need to be able to visualise it first.

People on scooters with masks - Asia air pollution

This is where our air quality data products really make their mark. The Zephyr® sensor and MappAir® nationwide map of air pollution can build a complete picture of air quality, especially if used together, offering an essential tool to fight air pollution.

We can also target these ground-breaking products and services to meet the needs of customers at AQE 2018. Urban planners, policy ma