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New Airly sensor network in Norway

The Airly sensor network in Norway has been enriched with four devices operating in Sandefjord.

The installation of air quality monitors is the result of partnering with the municipality of Sandefjord. Four devices enable the measurement of the current concentrations of PM1, PM2.5 and PM10 in the air and also provide current weather parameters.

The sensors in Sandefjord extend the number of Airly sensors in Norway to over 50 devices, with other locations being Oslo, Bergen and Halden.The current air quality in Norway can always be checked on the MyAirly map.

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