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Nurturewing 4F, No. 153, Minquan Rd., Xindian Dist., New Taipei City 231023, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
GSS has designed a new CO2 sensor suitable for in-cabin commercial aircraft deployment. The sensors can be used to optimise in-cabin air quality by monitoring CO2 levels in near real-time. With the support of the UK Aerospace Technology Institute, GSS was a part of a British consortium consisting of several major aerospace companies, and National Physical Laboratory in a project titled U-CAIR (UK ATI Cabin AIR) to develop the technology needed to improve in-cabin air quality whilst reducing airline operating costs.  The sensor was designed to be incorporated into an adaptive aircraft Environmental Control System (ECS).  Information from an array of the sensors can be used to adjust incoming fresh air to improve aircraft efficiency and reduce the impact of airborne pathogens like COVID-19. What's in the Whitepaper? The Importance of the Aircraft Interior Environment Control System (ECS) Managing In-Cabin Air Supply with the ECS The Role of the ECS in In-Cabin Air Quality The Importance of Measuring CO2 Levels Sensor Challenges http://www.nurturewing.com/en/hot_410603.html Using CO2 Sensors for Aircraft In-Cabin Interior Air Quality Monitoring 2022-02-09 2023-02-09
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GSS has designed a new CO2 sensor suitable for in-cabin commercial aircraft deployment. The sensors can be used to optimise in-cabin air quality by monitoring CO2 levels in near real-time.

With the support of the UK Aerospace Technology Institute, GSS was a part of a British consortium consisting of several major aerospace companies, and National Physical Laboratory in a project titled U-CAIR (UK ATI Cabin AIR) to develop the technology needed to improve in-cabin air quality whilst reducing airline operating costs.  The sensor was designed to be incorporated into an adaptive aircraft Environmental Control System (ECS).  Information from an array of the sensors can be used to adjust incoming fresh air to improve aircraft efficiency and reduce the impact of airborne pathogens like COVID-19.

What's in the Whitepaper?
  • The Importance of the Aircraft Interior Environment Control System (ECS)
  • Managing In-Cabin Air Supply with the ECS
  • The Role of the ECS in In-Cabin Air Quality
  • The Importance of Measuring CO2 Levels
  • Sensor Challenges

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