The Aviation Atmospheric Monitoring System is the original and original solution of Pelixar S.A. It was created in cooperation with leading scientific institutions in the country.
The drone is two-tasked, it is used to detect emission sources arising from the combustion of non-permitted substances, and to perform a multi-point measurement raid with parameter registration.The data obtained from the measurement raid are used for numerical imaging in the form of a map of the local distribution of atmospheric pollution. This allows you to precisely determine the size of the smog cloud, the directions of its displacement, the place of its condensation and the prediction of the phenomenon.
It is a modern tool for JST (Local Government Units) allowing for a better understanding of the phenomenon of smog, including the identification of: major issuers, places of formation, urban air corridors, directions of movement, condensation places, decomposition points. Thanks to the mounted camera, it can also be used for the needs of local Crisis Management Services.
This is the first such solution in the world that was presented during the COP24 Climate Summit in Katowice and at the Rev3Days Conference in France on the Third Technological Revolution.
Drone Pelixar LMA is equipped depending on the version: in the tested and calibrated proprietary module for remote reading and recording of parameters: dust PM2,5 and PM10 suspended, thermometer, hygrometer, GPS position, video camera with 10x optical zoom, video transmission in FHD resolution.
Parameter registration takes place on the unmanned board and is sent to the operator’s station enabling real-time read-out so that it can immediately respond to exceeding the parameters in the monitored region. The recording of parameters and geographical position allows for the reconstruction of the unmanned mate mission, which enables later creation of analyzes and studies.
Pelixar S.A. Air atmosphere monitoring systems. they can be equipped with other sensors to measure the composition and parameters of the atmosphere.