Become Nafas Host Sensor

It turns out that being in a green, leafy, and full of trees area does not truly prevent us from exposure to air pollution. This is because most of the pollutants we face in Jakarta consist of PM2.5, a 2.5 micrometers diameter particle that leaves are unable to absorb. According to the data sent by the Nafas sensor, some green areas in Jakarta, such as Serpong, Cibinong, and Tarumajaya, had poorer air quality in June 2022 than others – to read more about it, click here.

Nafas currently has over 140 sensors in five Indonesian cities. Our sensors are designed and manufactured in the European Union. These stainless steel sensors are designed to be installed in outdoor locations to measure the various pollutants that make up the air we breathe. The sensor measures temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and three types of particulate matter, such as PM1, PM2.5, and PM10.

Our sensors provide real-time outdoor air quality data and are updated every 10 minutes. The data is integrated with the Nafas application, so you can easily check the air quality.

Nafas is constantly aiming to expand our sensor network to all cities in Indonesia. By following these steps, you can also host our sensors.

  • Register yourself in this form
  • The Nafas Team will reach you out
  • That’s it!

Want to get started now? Click here to open your Nafas.

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