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KP govt install first air quality monitoring gadget

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has installed the first Internet of Things (IoT) based air quality monitoring gadget in Peshawar.
The gadget installed at the office of District Nazim Peshawar is designed to detect toxic elements and sense temperature, humidity, dust and carbon dioxide levels in the air.
It will also enable environmentalists to work out viable solution to the issues emanating from the air pollution and cleanse the atmosphere.
In a tweet, Special Assistant to the KP Chief Minister for Science & Technology and IT Kamran Khan Bangash said, “In order to combat air pollution in the city, the 1st IoT based Air Quality Monitoring Gadget in #KP installed at the office of @Mayor_Peshawar District Nazim Peshawar, designed to detect toxic elements in the air.

In order to combat air pollution in the city, the 1st IoT based Air Quality Monitoring Gadget in #KP installed at the office of @Mayor_Peshawar District Nazim Peshawar, designed to detect toxic elements in the air.A novelty step towards a better healthier #Peshawar #TechDrivenKP pic.twitter.com/LJfQGoZEoq
— Kamran Khan Bangash (@kamrankbangash) April 5, 2019
A novelty step towards a better healthier #Peshawar”.