The environment is a major concern of big cities, including the city of Hanoi. Hanoi has become one of the leading cities in the country in establishing a synchronous and modern environmental quality monitoring system, and it is publishing environmental monitoring data all the time. The monitoring of data compiled from the automatic monitoring system continuously helps to identify the cause, trace each source of pollution, and is thereby offering many appropriate directions to improve the environmental quality of the capital.
According to data of the Hanoi Department of Natural Resources and Environment, during the period between late 2020 and up until the beginning of 2021, the air quality index of the city centre was often poor and the air had a bad quality, directly affecting people’s health. Pollution is mainly recorded by monitoring the PM10 dust and PM2.5 fine dust indicators. Data from automated air monitoring stations in Hanoi show that the Air Quality Index (AQI) has improved month by month from there onwards.
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AQI data is visually displayed on the map, making it easy for people to track and compare indicators between locations. The system also provides a history of measuring indicators from within a recent timeframe and assesses the air quality, making recommendations to residents as air quality changes. When iLotusLand is present it follows the Industry 4.0 technology guidelines, handling operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data. Being lax on environmental quality monitoring is no longer a concern – at the same time combining solutions to enhance the control, have strict waste source monitoring, diligent waste treatment, the development of public transport networks … all aim to set a new standard of comfortable urban life.
The Department of Environmental Protection – Ha Noi DONRE
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