Russia’s St. Petersburg State University of Space Instruments developed the first electronic anti-smog system

Russia’s St. Petersburg State University of Space Instruments developed the first electronic anti-smog system

Recently, according to Aif reports, engineers from the St. Petersburg State University of Space Instruments in Russia developed the first electronic anti-smog system. This move was triggered by accidents caused by e-cigarettes.

The device is said to detect the composition of smoke in the air and transmit it to a server to help determine whether someone is using e-cigarettes indoors.

Due to the frequent injuries and accidents caused by the use of e-cigarettes, a group of researchers from the St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instruments created a device that can detect whether someone is using e-cigarettes in the environment. This innovative product is expected to help educational institutions such as schools and universities reduce the proportion of smokers in schools.
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