In a news report posted on Naver’s news site, a Syft Technologies Voice200ultra instrument was used to determine the air quality in the city of Ansan.

Posted on February the 22nd, the report details the Korean peninsula being trapped in a ‘fine dust dome’, a phenomenon where fine dust and other pollutants gather above urban areas and proceed to slowly descend, affecting the air quality at lower levels. Later, the scientists in the report state: “We have a machine that collects and analyses air pollutants” while showing the Voice 200ultra. By using the instrument as well as the LabSyft software developed by Syft Technologies, they were able to determine that the air above the area was carrying high amounts of not only fine dust particles but also various pollutants.

LabSyft being utilised by Korean scientists

This is the latest in a number of media pieces that utilise Syft Technologies’ instruments to further understand the air quality that is affecting the citizens of Korean urban areas.

You can view the original news piece by clicking here.