THE GREEN HERITAGE WALKABILITY SENSOR (8TH AUGUST 2019, THURSDAY, 5.00PM)
In conjunction with 2019 Theory and Technical International Aerosol Conference and Malaysia Air Quality Annual Symposium (T&T IAC and MAQAS), a side event called the Green Heritage Walkability Sensor will be organised by Malaysian Clean Air Society with collaboration of Plume Labs and Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, Melaka Office. This event will be held on the 8th August 2019 between 5.00 pm to 6.30 pm in Malacca city centre . Below is the details:
1. Date & time: 8th August 2019, 5.00 pm (meet at Hotel Balik Pulau main lobby at 5pm and walk to meeting point - Melaka Tourism Centre)
2. Registration fees: RM25 only (50% discounted price given from RM50, kindly pay at the registration counter on the first day of T&T IAC and MAQAS)
The Green Heritage Walkability Sensor will require participant to have experience using latest miniature air pollutant monitor called Flow (
) meanwhile walking and riding trishaw on designated walkability routes and check points in Malacca City Centre.
We will do some basic measurements of air pollutants using Plume Labs Flow with the help of Plume Labs and our Walkability team. At the end of the session we will have a pocket talk discussion at Holiday Inn Malacca for basic analysis and discuss the impact of the session with all participants and Plume Labs Technician.
Don’t miss out this opportunity to measure the air quality within our Heritage City in Malacca. This activity is free of charge! For more info please reach Dr. Eliani Ezani at +6019 289 4449 or email
or Dr Raudhah Ahmadi at +6010 593 5763.
We will send updates to those who are already registered via email.
Hurry up! Places are limited! Be the first who are going to experience the sophisticated Flow as a new tool to measure daily air quality!
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