Gas sensors for smartphones fall short on detecting particulates and an area for innovation

2015 has been a year with several companies announcing capabilities and products in the air-quality and gas sensing market – many of whom are looking to offer gas sensors for integration in smartphones. Some of these companies include Sensirion, N5 Sensors (see the August 11, 2015 LREEJ), and Cam...

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