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The rapid monitoring system for air composite pollutants has passed the acceptance

recently, the national "863" major project "development of rapid and spatiotemporal distribution monitoring technology system for important air composite pollutants", undertaken by Anhui Institute of Optics and precision machinery, Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereinafter referred to as "an Guang Institute") and participated by Peking University and the Institute of remote sensing, Chinese Academy of Sciences, passed the expert acceptance o0.10 organized by the "863" resource and environment technology field office in Beijing

China is still in the deep development stage of industrialization, information, urbanization, marketization and internationalization. It is reported that this subject is a subject supported by the "863" major project "comprehensive prevention and control technology and integrated demonstration of air composite pollution in key urban agglomerations". According to the technical requirements for rapid and spatiotemporal distribution monitoring of regional air composite pollutants in China, the research group independently developed a vehicle borne ozone spatiotemporal distribution detection differential absorption lidar system, and built a rapid and spatiotemporal distribution monitoring system for air composite pollution based on independently developed equipment

this project has realized the transfer and transformation of PM2.5, lidar and other related technical achievements, as well as the operational application of the satellite remote sensing monitoring system for atmospheric environmental pollution. It is of great significance to improve China's comprehensive monitoring ability under the condition of compound pollution of the atmospheric environment in the new era, and will also further alleviate the deficiencies of the country in the research and development of environmental monitoring instruments

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