The atmospheric photochemical mobile monitoring system integrates diversified high-end equipment for traceability of atmospheric pollution, such as vehicle-mounted ozone lidar, online volatile organic matter spectrometer, GPS positioning system, and meteorological five-parameter monitor. Use parking scan or walk-and-measure working methods, it conducts real-time, online, and continuous scanning monitoring of the input, transit, and settlement processes of pollutants above the area to analyze the type, intensity and evolution of pollutants. Ozone lidar can establish a three-dimensional ozone monitoring system to obtain remote sensing monitoring data for ozone regional transmission, local ozone pollution formation and high-altitude pollution input monitoring, external transmission and deposition of ozone, analysis of fine particles and ozone temporal and spatial distribution, high and low altitude fine particles and ozone correlation detection to improve ozone monitoring capabilities. Ozone lidar software cloud technology for radar control and data browsing can control and view the radar status and data results anytime and anywhere, depict the three-dimensional distribution of pollutants, respond to the pollution process in a timely manner, and investigate the pollution point sources, becoming a powerful tool in the field of environmental monitoring. The vehicle-mounted online volatile organic matter spectrometer can quickly capture the changes in the concentration of VOCs in the surrounding ambient air, and realize online monitoring, early warning and traceability of VOCs. The on-board instrument can be customized according to user needs to fully meet the monitoring needs of customers.
- Grid-based pollution investigation, lock pollution areas and pollution sources
- Monitor the vertical distribution of atmospheric ozone concentration
- Monitoring of ozone transmission characteristics
- Monitoring and analysis of ozone precursors and ozone conversion
- Quickly investigate the leakage and leakage of enterprises
- VOCs emergency monitoring
- Provide feasible suggestions for urban atmospheric ozone control