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“An anti-pollution box”

Ongola FabLab  -  Cameroon

ONGO ANAP (Avoid Noise & Atmosphere Pollution) is an intelligent box which informs users of levels of sound and atmospheric pollution and the risks they face. Designed and produced at the FabLab, and equipped with an Arduino card, it records sound and ozone levels and sends them to users in messages. Providing information, raising awareness, and in the long term, making a difference by preventing a night club from being set up next to a school or a polluting industry next to a hospital...

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“An anti-pollution box”
“An anti-pollution box”
“An anti-pollution box”

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