A New York-based consulting services firm used integrated weather, noise, and particulate matter monitoring to protect communities and ensure regulatory compliance during the redevelopment of the nation’s busiest commuter rail line. Real-time data collection meant the client would receive instant notifications if concentrations of PM10 or VOCs rose above acceptable levels, ensuring a swift response. Two-way communications with the cloud-based system allowed for remote calibration, reducing site visits, and saving on costs.
Vibranalysis knew they needed an air monitoring solution that provided credible, defensible data in real time. Additionally, the system needed to be flexible and maneuverable to allow for targeted monitoring, in line with the requirements of DER-10 for NYSDEC.Following an investigation of several air quality monitoring options, Vibranalysis and the team selected the Aeroqual AQS 1 from Specto Technology, one of our trusted channel partners. This all-in-one PM10 and VOC monitor not only met the requirements outlined in DER-10 and the resulting CAMP plan but exceeded those requirements in a convenient package. The team was able to remotely monitor each site during construction activities, compiling the necessary information from the Aeroqual Cloud server on an on-demand basis. Aeroqual and Specto Technology worked with Vibranalysis to integrate the AQS 1 air monitors with Class 1 sound level meters, weather stations, digital cameras, and a telemetry Cloud data solution. Collectively, the team installed these instruments on portable, battery- and solar-powered trailers for easy maneuverability.