Air quality monitoring equipment are used for monitoring the level of pollution present in the atmosphere. These equipment help in keeping a track of the pollution level and air quality in order to avoid fatigue, discomfort, and dizziness, which further hamper the overall productivity level. The global air quality equipment market is primarily driven by rising concerns pertaining to ill effects on air pollution on the health of citizens in addition to prompt efforts by governments of various countries to curb air pollution. Based on type, air quality monitoring equipment are classified into indoor air quality monitoring equipment and outdoor air quality monitoring equipment. Among these, outdoor air quality monitoring equipment are largely being adopted, as these equipment are useful to monitor the level of pollution present in the atmosphere. Furthermore, based on application, the global air quality monitoring equipment market has been segmented into industrial, commercial, and residential. The industrial sector is increasingly adopting air quality monitoring equipment and governments of multiple countries are focusing on implementing stringent rules to reduce air pollution. This, in turn, is expected to boost the global air quality monitoring equipment market during the forecast period.
Air Quality Monitoring Equipment Market: Dynamics
Adoption of air quality monitoring equipment in smart city projects is growing. This is due to the emergence of smart cities, population, and increase in the number of vehicles. This has led to rise in air pollution. Thus, efficient management of air quality plays an important role in smart cities. Air quality monitoring equipment have been evolving led by the rising trend of Internet of Things (IoT). Air quality monitoring sensors used in large numbers in these equipment help in collecting a large volume of data related to air quality. This data is useful while making decisions pertaining to air pollution. Several smart cities across the globe are installing air quality monitors to evaluate air pollution. In 2019, in London (the U.K.) an air quality monitoring network equipped with a large number of air quality monitors was launched to improve the quality of air in the city. Thus, growth in the number of smart city projects across the world is expected to boost the demand for air quality monitoring equipment in the near future.