The prevalence of pollen allergy is vast, attaining 25-30% of the population worldwide, and this number continues to grow. Symptoms include rhino-conjunctivitis, asthma and eczema. Plair’s Rapid-E system powered with artificial intelligence provides real-time pollen measurements together with other particle present in the air to better alert allergic population and improve quality of life. Rapid-E station integrates the Lufft all-in-one weather sensor to measure local weather parameters, which also allows meteorological services and environmental offices provide reliable pollen forecast.
In the following blog post Helmut Hager, Head of the Calibration Laboratory at Lufft, shows us what distinguishes ultrasonic windsensors from other sensor types.